Monthly Archives: July 2015

Ownership over Accountability

(I really should be at the piano but I find that there are few things on my mind this morning). I find myself engaged in my fair share of conversations around accountability in various settings – particularly the Western world’s spin … Continue reading

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Decentralize City

Is your organization highly centralized or highly decentralized? Lean organizations are characterized by pushing decision-making to the “lowest” possible level. In the using the word “lowest”, I am just reflecting the hierarchy that exists in most organizations. What we’re really … Continue reading

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Addicted To The Status Quo

Are we are addicted to the old status quo?  Could it be that all change initiatives we participate in are just a facade?  Lipstick on a pig?  Fun and games?  Could it be that the way it is, is the way … Continue reading

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