Tag Archives: 80-20 rule

Super Six: Are the Girl Scouts Going Lean?

[tweetmeme] It’s that time of year again.  The Girl Scouts are getting ready for their annual cookie sale.  For those of you who are not in the United States, the Girls Scouts have been selling cookies since 1917 and this … Continue reading

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Put 1st Things 1st – 7 Habits to Make Yourself an Effective Leader

What could be easier than Habit 3: Put First Things First? Your parents probably taught you that when you wanted to play before doing the chores. Even if they didn’t, you wouldn’t be spending your time on anything at work … Continue reading

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The 1st Habit of Effective Leaders

[tweetmeme] Stephen Covey’s “7 Habits of Highly Effective People” has had a tremendous impact on many people, including myself. This series is looking at real life applications of these habits: Private Victory Habit 1: Be Proactive– Principles of Personal Vision … Continue reading

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Change Follow Up

Those who have been reading this blog know that we explored Implementing Change in a six part series. I found it very interesting to track the comments and hits on each of these six parts. While this is not a … Continue reading

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Change Management and the Pareto Principle….The Vital Few and the Trivial Many

This blog has been looking at change implementation which is a skill you need to be a successful leader in nearly any arena. We have already explored the 8 Steps of Change Management, Overcoming Resistance to Change, and the first … Continue reading

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