Technology organization HP scores Silver Brandon Hall awards in two categories – Best Learning Team and Learning: Best Use of Games – for a software platform developed by West Michigan-based business performance consulting firm, Media 1.
Business performance improvement initiatives depend on strong leadership. Here are three ways smart business leaders can maximize the impact of everything (and everyone) involved in performance improvement initiatives.
I am so very pleased to have received in the mail this week, an autographed copy of the brand new second edition of Letting Go of the Words by Ginny Redish, a world-renowned specialist in plain language, writing for the web, and user experience (UX) research and design. Read more to learn tactics for writing well online.
Sometimes the issue that appears to be at the center of all performance problems is merely one tree in a forest full of issues. Once leaders recognize the full scope of enterprise level processes (see the whole forest), a major change in the focus of performance improvement initiatives takes place.
In this post, William Jones discusses how leaders hold back their organizations when they refuse to consider alternative solutions
Media 1 CEO Chris Willis discusses the danger of applying solutions in business without properly diagnosing the problem first.
As a frequent business traveler, it has become apparent to me that managing the flow of customers has burdened an already struggling airline industry as it attempts to find ways to “turn things around” with a variety of systems and processes that are clearly broken.
Dr. Stephen R. Covey passed away July 16 at age 79 from complications following a bicycle accident. Covey’s 1989 book, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, sold more than 20 million copies, and changed the face of the American workplace. This month, Chris Willis revisits the Seven Habits and Covey’s ground breaking business concepts that we take for granted today.
I took my two dogs to the veterinarian for their annual heartworm tests and preventative maintenance this past weekend. Both canines were poked and prodded, and samples of various origin were left behind for analysis.
Unstructured work activities surrounding enterprise software applications create performance leaks that lead to business risks. In this newsletter, Media 1 CEO Chris Willis follows up on her recent webinar on this subject with some guidance on how to identify your current state and establish a baseline of performance, before you begin the work of process improvement.