Tag Archives: transformation

Be a special projects hero

Fame. We all want to live forever.  But it’s best if we do that by making a real difference in something that matters. Many successful professionals are tapped to be members of a “Special Project” team at some point in … Continue reading

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Integrated methods or a bucket of tools?

In my consulting travels, I’ve come across quite a few organizations who use a bucket of tools approach to their strategy, product development and process improvement (e.g. six sigma) efforts.  They offer their teams a dizzying array of techniques, templates, … Continue reading

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Decisions consume requirements

Yesterday I explored the fact that decisions create requirements.  That’s half of the story – decisions also consume requirements. A decision is a wonderful thinking tool that takes in multiple requirements (objectives, goals, constraints, …) and balances them against one … Continue reading

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