September 10, 2021

What Habits Do Most Leaders Need to Improve?

Becoming a great leader isn’t the only territory for a select few individuals. It can be developed by anybody, as long as they cultivate the right habits. Leadership habits develop over time and require conditioning your behavior to make it automatic. What habits do most leaders need to improve on?
April 28, 2021

How Is Information Technology Changing Organizations?

The accelerated rate of change in business means that the rate of adopting new skills must also change.
April 2, 2021

What to Consider Before Moving Your Business to Another State?

Moving your business to another state can be a big change. It entails many details that you have to look after before, during, and after the move. To make moving your business go a little easier, here are a few things to consider before moving your business to another state.
March 10, 2021

What is the History of Innovation in the U.S.?

Innovation fuels improvement: improved products and features, improved methods, and improved knowledge. Do you know the history of innovation?
February 23, 2021

How has COVID Impacted Business Process Management?

The COVID-19 pandemic entered our lives suddenly, impacted Business Process Management, and brought with it a rapid transition to new work systems and policies. For business process management, this has required plenty of changes all at once.
February 15, 2021

How Do You Facilitate Organizational Change?

You want or need to get change going within your organization, but how do you get started? Learn ways to facilitate change.
February 2, 2021

How to Find Your Own Writing Style

You can always improve your writing skills. The first thing to remember is that you can and will find your own writing style. At first, it might be challenging, but once you get the hang of it, everything will run smoothly – your progress will be noticeable. Here’s how.
December 6, 2020

What are the Different Levels of Process Mapping?

Process Maps typically help us describe the current state of a whole process, albeit with just a slice. No judgments are made; we're simply describing what we see. Weƒ're not trying to convince anyone of anything. But when we cross the line to advocate for change, we need new types of maps and tools.
August 23, 2020

Help Teams Manage Change with Rendered Process Maps

When we move from simply describing process to working for change, we have to communicate a positive future that workers will buy into. They have to see how the change that is being asked of them will in fact produce improvements. Build your case using facts from your process maps.