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Change Can Be Positive

Great communication can transform change into a very positive vehicle for growth. Though great communication you will build the relationships necessary to make change just a decision.

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The Terms of Change

It is critical that you communicate with your team through the Terms of Change. When you provide this vital information then you are transparency and you create trust. Change then is just a decision.

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Disruptive Technology

For the past decade Apple, Inc. has been the absolute master at disruptive technology. First they came out with the iPod, then the iPhone and then the iPad. Each time Apple introduced a product they set a standard in the market that their competition could not match. Apple controlled over 85% of the mp3 player market, redefined what a smart phone is and controls 85% of the tablet market. In the process Apple caused companies

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Create a Better Customer Experience by Changing Expectations

I recently bought a product at the grocery store. The product itself was wrapped in cellophane and then was inside of a box. The entire box was itself then wrapped in cellophane. I bought the same product before from a different manufacturer, only there was no cellophane on the outside of the box. This time, as I opened the cellophane to get to the box, I thought to myself, wow, this product must really be

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Change… The Order Of The Universe

SIX STEPS TO BETTER CHANGE MANAGEMENT In a theology class at a major university a professor told her students that each week they would study a different piece of ancient text. On Monday, the professor would give her interpretation of the text, and on Wednesday, one of the students would give their interpretation of the same text.The professor would then drill the student unmercifully. Students began to panic with the thought of being chosen. One

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Quality Requires Measures

Quality is required. There is no longer a question of whether or not to implement a quality program. You must have one to survive. Yet, many are failures. The question is why? Quality is like any other business process. It must be managed to be successful. Too often, a business will spend all of its resources on the quality program (TQM, CIP, and other three letter acronyms) and nothing on managing for results. Management is

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The Paradox of Change

Where would you like to be in six months? One year? Two years? How do you get there? The first step is to clearly define what it is you want to achieve. The next step is to determine what you will have to change to get to where you want to be. Sound easy? Well, it can be. If change is the catalyst that helps us grow and achieve at a higher level, then knowing

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