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By Bettina Büchel & Christopher Zintel Nestlé, the world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of foods, has leveraged the Nestlé Continuous Excellence (NCE) program, a continuous improvement initiative based on LEAN and TPM principles, to deliver the “Nestlé Model” of steady,...
An engaging video on perceptual illusions featuring Cognitive neuroscientist Al Seckel. ...
The big "P" word, procrastination, affects everything. Procrastination really does affect everything: clutter is symptomatic of one thing. Also, delayed decision making, lack of setting goals, lack of planning and scheduling...you get the picture.       These tips will help you: Spend time...
Conventional wisdom tells us that leaders are the men and women who stand up, speak out, give orders, make plans and are generally the most dominant, outgoing people in a group. But that is not always the case, according to...
 As the Apprenticeship Levy comes into effect, Lizzie Crowley, CIPD Skills Advisor, explains what the levy is, the opportunities it could provide, and what the practical implications are for HR and organisations.  Government urged to issue new guidance to ensure...
We are the result of our convictions. We tend to create positive statements, yet fail to achieve the result the way we wished. Do we move too fast from one step of processing information to another? How do we navigate from one step...
"Culture" refers to norms of behavior and shared values among a group of people. "Norms of behavior" are ways of acting that persist because they are rewarded and the group teaches these behaviors to new people, sanctioning those...
Fifty years ago, people could only imagine the possibility of talking to their computers. Fast forward to today, and we have now gone from imagination to the technology of cognitive computing now existing. In his talk, Neil Sahota discusses the power...
 Mindfulness - The unexpected organizational revolution | Peter Bostelmann   Mindfulness can restore balance to leaders and workplaces Our modern world has become unbalanced, with little time allocated for just "being" and reflection. Mindfulness can restore that balance to leaders and workplaces.  Mindfulness, practiced  in...
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