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Does this Conflict Exist in Your Organization as Well?

For many years, nobody knew how to get this conflict solved. In 2011, the missing element was published. It turned out to be a single word! Curious on how you can get colleagues on board within just a few minutes … Continue reading

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How to Reduce Bureaucracy and Complexity: You Can Start Today

If we know what creates bureaucracy as well as complexity, we should be able to reduce it, shouldn’t we? Let’s explore this through a specific example. If situation = X, then do Y: When we look at how instructions, processes, and … Continue reading

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The Challenges of Change

When was the last time you really wanted to change something? How easy was it? Changing aspects of your life or work can be quite a challenge. Over 70% of all initiated changes fail to meet expectations. Why is that? … Continue reading

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Do You Know the Three Events in Your Life that Drive Your Thinking?

It was during a coaching session, like the one Karen mentioned in the previous blog, that I discovered the three events in my life that drive my thinking. From those, I know why I have become an analyst, why I’m … Continue reading

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