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Are you lost with your continuous improvements? It might be time for a master list.

Once you get the ball rolling with continuous improvement projects it can be quite astounding as to how many other improvement opportunities come out of the woodwork. However, when you get 'too many' managing them can become difficult. If you face this issue then it might be time to have a master list.

If your business’ growth is stagnating it might be time to talk about the things that bug you!

On our quest to grow our businesses it can sometimes be frustrating when our progress slows down. With growth comes both rewards and frustrations; getting past the frustrations is key to the next phase of growth and it usually starts with a conversation.

Making It Happen - discount code

If you would like to get yourself a copy of my Making It Happen  programme for only $47, you have until 9pm on Monday the 7th of November 2016 to use this discount code:

How thick is your 'improvement skin'?

Making change happen can sometimes happen in an instant, when you manage to hit on the right combination of desire, momentum and skills. Other times it can take longer... During these longer periods it is perceived that you will require a thick skin to navigate the obstacles, friction and problems that you will face. Reflecting on this:

Making It Happen - full course outline now available

I have just uploaded a revised course outline for the my Making It Happen  online course. The course is designed to improve an individual's continuous improvement skills, whilst also improving the performance of their business. It works really well as a team training framework and provides a structured year of continuous improvement.

When scheduling breaks down and late deliveries arise!

Scheduling is a skill for many people, an effective schedule can make a big difference as to whether a project is delivered on time, or not. I have noticed a very basic mistake that gets made with scheduling that I want to share in this post. Do you make this same mistake?

Does your team work like a high performing team?

There is a lot written about high performing teams . Understandably this is an important topic; if your team works well then you can achieve more than with just the individuals put together. Do your teams work like a team, or are they just a collection of people who are called a team?