It’s often difficult to come up with a title for our interviews because of the nature of the questions we ask and the limits we place on the length. There are many great ideas packed into less than 3,000 or so words. Which idea deserves the most attention? How do we tie it all together?
At Container13, we believe transformation can be incubated naturally to help people and organizations navigate and thrive in the white waters of today’s world. Incubate: to cause or aid the development of There are four overlapping incubation containers that inform and relate to each other. Each incubation container creates a safe space for the growth
Creating Wisdom in the Workplace with The Wonder Method™ Earlier this year we discovered Alain Herriott and The Wonder Method™. The Wonder Method™ is a simple and powerful method that anyone can use to bring about real and positive change in themselves and others. We believe The Wonder Method™ is one of the simplest and
My Interview with Rod Collins, Author of Wiki Management and Director of Innovation at Optimity Advisors. Rod is also the former chief operating executive of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Employee Program. Bill: What is your best improvement strategy that has worked well for you or your clients? Rod: The best improvement strategy goes back
Bill was interviewed by Tom Cox for the series Tom on Leadership on Blog Talk Radio. Tom is an excellent interviewer and covered a lot of ground in 33 minutes. In this short interview, you will discover: How an interview series with 50 experts called 5 Minutes to Process Improvement Success came about and what was learned
There’s something going on here beyond what you see and experience every day. There’s more to life than just a career, a mortgage, a family, two cars in the garage and showing up for work because you need to pay the bills. “The way we’re going to ratchet up our species is to take the
How can we create a workplace where more voices matter, people thrive & find meaning & change happens naturally? Businesses continue to flock to the latest improvement solution to gain greater profitability, quality and market share, yet employee engagement remains at historically low levels that will undermine any improvement effort. Management and employees alike are