Month: July 2018

Nobel Prize Winning Science and Conscious Capitalism

I have long been a supporter of Conscious Capitalism. However, I feel Conscious Capitalism is missing a significant opportunity to both speed and deepen its implementation in businesses desirous of a more conscious approach to leadership and management and making our world a little better place. In 1977, Ilya Prigogine won a Nobel Prize for …

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It’s About Time – The Power of Systems-Based Time Management

Time management has long been a topic of busy people, including leaders and managers. In particular, most want to know how to get more done while working on the most important issues. Often efforts to manage time fall short and we find ourselves falling back into old patterns with less than optimal results. It’s time …

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The Elephant in the Operating Room – Why Healthcare Can’t Change

It is a well-documented fact that in healthcare approximately 94 percent of the results produced, both good and not so good, is a function of the systems in which people work, not individual’s efforts. How many leaders and managers in healthcare know this and, more importantly, are systems thinkers who are skilled in optimizing systems …

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