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How to make or break a continuous improvement initiative: The latest blog post on continuous improvement initiatives underscores how managing human performance is the key to successful change initiatives. 

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Too often continuous improvement initiatives lose strategic focus by improving activities of little value. Read the latest blog post on continuous improvement by KT Global VP Kevin Duffy and KT Senior Consultant Jens Refflinghaus.

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On-line leadership development training—including building problem-solving and decision-making skills—can fall short. In a new KT Blog post, KT’s John Ager offers 5 reasons to stay off-line for leadership development training.

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Is intuition best? Not always. Take the quiz to see how you think and consider intuitive vs. KT clear thinking.  

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Talented Lego actors who missed being cast in the lego movie star in humorous animations on how sloppy thinking can lead to disastrous results

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Categories: Process Improvement

What does TV’s CSI reveal about process versus expertise? New blog post by Kit Hon Chan of KT Southeast Asia contends that too many business leaders are blinded by expertise. He uses CSI to explain what’s needed.

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Categories: Clear Thinking

Is there a process in place? KT consultant Robert Binney blogs on the importance of having a process, 50 years after an American tragedy.

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Netflix, Star Trek and KT? When a Netflix customer service exchange went viral, it provided an IBM Program Leader with an excellent example of KT clear thinking skills. Read KT Guest blogger Rob Barker.

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There is an important question to ask that is missing from most decision making models. A new blog post by KT consultant Robert Binney takes on the models featured in this month’s Harvard Business Review cover story.

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Arriving later in the application of Lean and SixSigma processes than many industries, Pharmacuetical can learn from others mistakes.

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