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A couple of weeks ago I posed in the weekly blog whether you are transactional or transformation based. While I contended that the new climate we are in mandated that you shift your focus from being totally transactional focused to being transformational focused, the events of the past week tells me that to some degree we need to continue the transactional focus.
Whether your focus is the TLS Continuum and process improvement or being innovative in the development of relationships…Continue
I had the opportunity last week to attend the monthly meeting of my local chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management, which covered a legislative update for its membership. I am from a family of lawyers so I understand they have a role to play. But every time I come away with the same feeling.
For over 30 years when I attend these it always seems to be the case of us against them. The lawyers tell us that we have to begin to develop strategies to combat the rash of…Continue
If we look back in time, we find that whether you call it HR or personnel it has always it seems been our job to put out fires. It has always been our job to be the go to person when a problem needs to be resolved. That means that we respond to a given issue, at a given time, in a given space. This means that we are transactional in nature. Dictionary.com defines transactional as the process of carrying on or conducting (business, negotiations, activities etc.) to a conclusion or settlement.…Continue
The United States as a country is losing its way. Many global businesses are losing their way. The educational system is losing its way. This is not the prelude to some political office campaign. This is a fact of life. We have become accustomed to becoming in essence, a nation of robots. By the nature of this attitude we are condemning our organizations to a period of a lack of innovation and making our businesses great.
When we are brought into this world we learn by experimenting.…Continue
Commandment #1: Thou shalt become one with the customer/client internally or externally
Commandment #2: Thou shalt remember that the customer is the one that pays the bills
Commandment #3: Thou shalt become engaged in constant communications to all stakeholders
Commandment #4: Thou shalt never stop questioning everything
Commandment #5: Thou shalt never end the improvement process because you think that you solved the problem…Continue