Tag Archives: Root Cause Analysis

The Focus of Culture Change is not Culture

Concentrate all your thoughts upon the work at hand. The sun’s rays do not burn until brought to a focus. ~Alexander Graham Bell When I was a young boy I got great delight from playing with a magnifying glass. Not … Continue reading

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Corporate Culture Assessments . . . .Why?

  “To get to where you want to go, you must first know your starting point” Corporate Culture Assessments are definitely the rage in business at the moment.  There are over 70 different culture profile assessments on the markets, some … Continue reading

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Trust?

A man who trusts nobody is apt to be the kind of man nobody trusts. -Harold MacMillan I have a fairly straightforward mind but this whole issue of trust, especially inside an organisation, has me confused.  Every time I work … Continue reading

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root cause and Root Cause . . .

There seemed to be endless obstacles… it seemed that the root cause of them all was fear. -Joanna Field One of the seminal tools in problem solving and process improvement is called Root Cause Analysis. I found the following useful definition on the … Continue reading

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