When I was younger, I thought one of the greatest desires of my life was to speak at events. While I truly enjoy speaking and sharing a little bit about who I am and what I do (and have done) so that people may get something out of it, I have found that a greater … Continue reading Webinar re-post: how to become lean and mean
One of my favorite quotes is "if you are the smartest person in the room, you are in the wrong room." Partially because it exemplifies how we should build teams with honor, but also because it just simply takes the pressure off of having to be something I will never be!
If you are like me, you have heard both sides of the consulting argument - "our clients need clear and direct outputs (plans, documents, deliverables) not just some mushy feel-good," or, "real consulting means helping clients transform and get their business to a better place, not just throwing documents at them." Well, guess what? Both are wrong.
This will maybe, hopefully, sort of be short. These thoughts are too long for a post, but fit this format ok. I've noticed a couple things about the response to the virus: Most folks are focused on a single component or segment of the virus' impact and,Most people are focused only on solutions that are … Continue reading Systems Thinking and Pareto for COVID-19
I know it isn't the main topic in the blogosphere right now and that it isn't getting hours of airplay on the 24/7 news channels. Heck, I don't even think it is the topic around the [now virtual] watercolor at all. But it should be. As our education system takes it agrarian-era imposed break and … Continue reading It’s Time for a Fundamental Restructuring of… Education (Part 1)