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The 5-Minute Game Plan – Getting Started is the Hardest Part

If you're like many business owners, the picture is very clear... Until you mix in a couple daily meetings, a brain storming session, personal obligations, etc. Sometimes the hardest part is just getting started and taking that first step. That is why I developed, The 5-Minute Game Plan for Improving Communication, Eliminating Rework, and Following [...]

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How to Follow Through on Great Ideas at the Office

Does your company frequently come up with great ideas that seem promising, but just kind of fizzle out over time? This is one of the three most common business problems I’ve encountered in my career (the others being frequent rework and poor interdepartmental communication). I often hear clients complain about: Employees coming up with great [...]

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Is Rework Giving You Headaches? Here are Two Creative Solutions

(That you can Implement in Just 5 Minutes) Most companies spend far too much time on rework. By rework, I mean redoing, correcting, or rebuilding a final product or service that didn’t turn out quite right. Rework happens when mistakes are made in the process of doing work, critical information gets lost along the way, [...]

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Improving Interdepartmental Communication Should Be a Top Business Priority – Here’s How to do it

It’s one of the most common organizational problems today. (And it’s also one of the most serious impediments to growth.) That’s a shame, because the solution to poor interdepartmental communication isn’t necessarily complicated. But it does take a conscious effort to change the way you think about your business and, more specifically, process and project [...]

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David’s Book: The Visual System of Work

YOU’LL LEARN HOW TO:

  • Identify key lead and lag measures
  • Set up your ‘war room’ to align your organization’s communications
  • Knock down barriers with the ‘7-Step Process of Improving Throughput Performance’

And the best part is it’s a quick read: it should take you under two hours to get through.

David is a Business Improvement Specialist, a gifted facilitator, and author.

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