New blog post explores how manufacturers accelerate continuous improvement using KT Problem Solving & Decision Making skills, quickly resolving problems that allow teams to focus on pursuing Six Sigma improvements.
Passionate sports fans express opinions by booing. Why do we boo? Do we really think we're offering constructive feedback? How does this behavior relate to our actions in the workplace?
May the season bring you prosperity and good fortune!
When production breaks down, clients come first. Balance long root cause investigations with immediate client needs.
It is always so great to see how our customers use our processes. Here's a peek at a few examples.
Kepner-Tregoe is pleased to announce that applications for 2014 International Process Achievement Awards are now open!
Sometimes project managers have good reasons for changing a project. Four ways to manage project scope creep without losing control.
Supervisors and bosses seek critical thinking. What exactly are they seeking? John Ager, Master Practitioner at Kepner-Tregoe explores the definition, the perception and its application.
Kepner-Tregoe Project Management clients share personal perspectives on working with Kepner-Tregoe to learn and apply skills and take on Project Management responsibilities
Use of Kepner-Tregoe Decision Analysis to improve the effectiveness of meetings is applied to advice in the HBR article, Stop Wasting Valuable Meeting Time.
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