The Root Cause

Rethink Your Approach To Solving Stubborn Enterprise-Wide Problems


Boeing Once, Boeing Twice . . . . .

So, what’s the essential difference between running Boeing like a business rather than an engineering firm? Let’s explore, shall we? The everyday expression “running a business” refers to a distinct executive function called GOVERNANCE; the structure of customs, processes, practices, policies, and rules that affect the way people direct, administer, and manage a corporation. The […]

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Whack-a-Mole Problems

Whack-a-Mole Problems

Wanna know why certain problems linger, persist, and keep coming back—why they seem to be without solution? Well: ❶  They are systemic in nature—i.e. they are inherent to your decisions regarding the business system’s design, structure/organization, implementation/operation, maintenance, and management. ❷  The solutions you choose only address the problems symptoms or effects. ❸  You haven’t

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Leadership―Not the Be-All and End-All it’s Portrayed to Be

Business studies are heavily influenced by trends, fashionable fads, buzzwords, and flavor of the month/year doctrines and dogmas. What they share in common is researching specific business results, effects or outcomes that have been identified most frequently as an unwanted situation, a problem or a challenge by respondents to a survey. The next step is

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