Organizational Problem Solving: It’s All About Bird Poop

Dr. Joseph A DeFeo Blog Leave a Comment

The heart of all organizational problem solving is to understand enough of the causes of the problem, and find an acceptable solution to it. Finding the “root cause or causes” of an organizational problem is the single most important determinant of success or failure of sustaining results. This is true of all types of problems: chronic problems that have been …

How Leaders Play A Role In Quality Culture

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Culture change is what is on almost every Leader’s mind when you ask them about what is the most important thing to improve. It’s understandable, the organizational culture drives everything; how we work, make decisions, collaborate, create and even our level of loyalty and commitment. No wonder it is on their mind. Also, when you discuss strategies on how to …

Why Top-Notch Team Training Is Important

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With the end of the Great Recession has come a dramatic increase in spending on Corporate Learning. The improved economic environment has made resources available for training and professional development for employees at all levels of the organization. Paired with the availability and quality of self-paced online learning, there are huge opportunities today to improve performance through Corporate Learning. Training …