‘Boy, changing things around here is like turning a ship. It takes a lot of time and a lot of ocean.’
Ships turn on a dime. Here’s how – and what it means for your change initiatives.
A ‘KT Classic’ by RJB and firm principal Sam Bernstine. Continue reading Sailing Through Change
James Bond may be licensed to kill, but he sure isn’t certified to run a project.
You know who runs a good project? SPECTRE.
A ‘KT Classic’ from RJB. Continue reading James Bond and the High-Stakes World of Project Management
Who doesn’t hate Tom Brady?
Objective knowledge of ‘Should’ and ‘Actual’, though, calls into question the merit behind Deflategate and his ultimate suspension.
A ‘KT Classic’ from 2015. Continue reading Knowing the Value of Knowing
Without considering the collective risk of independent actions, a popular website destroyed data representing hundreds of hours of users’ work.
Using Kepner-Tregoe’s Potential Problem Analysis would have prevented that.
A ‘KT Classic’! Continue reading Skipping Risk Management Is No Joke
There is no such thing as ‘negative feedback’ or ‘positive feedback’ – just feedback.
Here are five steps to using feedback to effectively manage employees.
Another ‘KT Classic’ from the only ‘Football Correspondent’ in the consulting industry. Continue reading Booing Is Not Feedback
Preparing an organization for change – whether internally driven or mandated by external influences – combines the tools of project management, problem-solving, and good decision-making.
This appeared in ‘Industry Weekly’ following heated conversations as American companies prepared for the Food Safety Modernization Act in 2013. Continue reading Preparing for Stronger Regulations