Operational Excellence By Design
“Do what you can, with what you got, from where you are.”
– Teddy Roosevelt
The Risks that go with Globalization
It is undoubtedly true that global extreme poverty has declined as capitalism has driven globalization – the trade between and among nations – to increase over time.
However, with globalization, as with any “new way”, comes risks. Some are easy to see, such as relying too much on a customer or vendor and having supply chains stretched beyond their capacity or capability to deliver. And some are less obvious.
by Joseph Paris
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As has become the norm in these abnormal times, all conferences and summits have been postponed or cancelled through August 2020.
There are plans to resume in September, but nothing has been firm-planned yet. We will keep you posted.
The Benefits of Glocalization
“Glocalization” is a
, or blending, of “globalization” and “localization”. It is the idea of acting with global intent but with local adaptations; the notion of “think globally, but act locally.” The glocalization of your business will result in a standardization of the various processes and procedures under which your business operates – and they are applied to the local circumstance to the extent they can be.
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Is success a big limitation?
In order to find out where you and the organization you work for are in pursuit of success or significance, we must first understand the difference between success and significance from a leadership and organizational level.
From an organizational standpoint, success is all about the organization. It tends to be based more on surface value accomplishments, such as how much money was made last year, how much money leaders get paid, and the material wealth that is displayed in the buildings.
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In this episode, we explore the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, a “Black Swan” event, on the way businesses might operate post-pandemic.
We start by discussing how telephony in education and the corporate world will be embraced more readily to its becoming ubiquitous and go from there…
With everyone in the world being locked-down, bored rigid with nothing much better to do and in desperate need of speaking with someone other than their significant other or dog, it’s a full-house at The Outliers Inn with guests who hail from the States, the UK, Germany, and Iceland represented.
The episode is long, but the conversation is fun and lively.
Since this article is timely and a companion to the Founder’s Corners article this month, we are rerunning this from last month.
For your consideration: for something, or someone, or some event to be transformational, it needs to possess truly destructive power.
Not that the destructive power has to be used, only that it is possessed and can be wielded or let loose with impunity; operating beyond any control, with the only countermeasure available being to react until such time as a new equilibrium is established.
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