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Category: Process Excellence

Leadership and Emotional Intelligence

A Requirement to Great Leadership A common saying is that “there is no emotion in business”. However, emotional intelligence separates average professionals from those with great leadership skills. Business Insider, along with exceptional business professionals, reports that leaders with high emotional intelligence communicate better, create understanding in the workplace, and help achieve common goals. Empathizing with employees and coworkers while maintaining a calm demeanor can help address conflicts before they intensify. [caption id="attachment_926" align="aligncenter" width="362"] Developing leadership skills starts with your emotional...

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Great Manufacturing / Supply Chain Leader

  • by back2
  • July 3, 2018
  • consulting
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Can you or someone you know use a proven supply chain leader to help improve your organization? West Point Graduate - Grew his own start-up to a multi-million dollar organization - #IT #SupplyChain #ExIBM Please contact us if you know of an organization that would benefit from a leader with 20+ years of experience in the manufacturing and supply chain verticals. This proven leader is PMP Certified in addition to being a Lean Six Sigma Master BlackBelt. He has a...

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The E-Myth – Why Most Small Businesses Fail

  • by back2
  • January 27, 2018
  • consulting
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The E-Myth - Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It The first book I read when I retired from the Marine Corps was the E-Myth. It's a classic book which details both issues and solutions for a small business to follow. The book focuses on the reasons why most entrepreneurial ventures fail and the best practices to avoid such failure.  Below is a review I found online at squeezedbooks.com and figured I'd forward the review...

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Process Excellence?

Process Excellence Quite a few people have differing ideas of what Process Excellence (PEX)  is, so I figured I'd attach this article from The Process Excelence Network. PEX is a great repository of knowledge for those interested in learning more can find the information. "The last few decades have seen companies adopt a host of different approaches to improving the quality and efficiency of their output: Total Quality Management, Business Process Reengineering, Lean, Six Sigma, Business Process Management, Business Performance...

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