Archive for October, 2014

Best Practices for Developing Quality Executives

Best Practices for Developing Quality Executives

By Paul Bohr – Chief Transformation Architect Traditionally, Quality Executives have been responsible for leadership of Customer Satisfaction Assessments, Cost of Poor Quality, and corporate… Read More ›

Why The Best Leaders View Vulnerability as a Strength

Why The Best Leaders View Vulnerability as a Strength

By Jim Haudan, with special contribution by Katharine Lind, Root Inc. Howard Shultz, CEO of Starbucks, once said, “The hardest thing about being a leader… Read More ›

Game Changing – New Paradigm To Access The Right Operational Excellence Talent the First Time

Game Changing – New Paradigm To Access The Right Operational Excellence Talent the First Time

Do you put-off tackling big process improvement projects because you just don’t have enough of the right talented OpEx resources? Do you dread blowing half… Read More ›

20 Things To Blow Your Mind

20 Things To Blow Your Mind

1. Ben & Jerry’s is owned by Unilever. 2. Wal-Mart averages a profit of $1.8 million every hour. 3. “Yahoo” is an acronym for “Yet… Read More ›

Integrated Lean Six Sigma and Collaborative Leadership of the E2E Supply Chain

Integrated Lean Six Sigma and Collaborative Leadership of the E2E Supply Chain

Paul Bohr – Chief Transformation Architect Executives in leading companies are driving higher levels of supply chain performance through the adoption of proven best practice… Read More ›