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Business Education Under the Microscope: Applying Six Sigma to Workplace Training

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In 2008, the United States spent an estimated $134 billion on employee training. Employers train employees for improving job skills, career advancement, industry certifications, and the quality of life of their employees, among other reasons. Employers presume a return ... More »

Coloring the Ideal Business Transformation Solution

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Crayola, a Hallmark-owned company with headquarters in Easton, Pennsylvania, realized in 2004 that it needed to replace its aging legacy software systems. Its strategy was to implement an enterprise system that would be the single source of their manufacturing, inventor... More »

Brain Break: Understanding the Influence of Brain Functions on Organizational Effectiveness

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Today's methods of conducting business impede employee productivity. Many organizations operate with incredibly high expectations for creating quality deliverables in an unreasonably short period of time. Employees are expected, or even required, to work long hours with... More »

Whole Brain Thinking: Ignore It at Your Peril

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Thirty years ago, a high-potential manager in a training class at General Electric's corporate university listened as my father, Ned Herrmann, then head of GE's management education, discussed research he was developing on how the brain affects day-to-day operations. St... More »

Changing the Game: The 9-Vector View of Human Performance

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As the federal government seeks to maximize resources amid mounting deficits, organizational change is a top priority. In the private sector, the slow economic recovery is forcing companies to reevaluate their current business practices and explore new approaches for en... More »