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The Value of Should: A 2nd Look at “Deflategate” Charges

The NY Times and some KT thinking question judgments made about deflated footballs in the AFC championship game.  A blog by KT’s Robert Binney about “Should” and “Actual.”

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Project Meetings: Time well spent?

Meetings your top complaint? Four questions to ask before you schedule your next project meeting.

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What are the Differences between Statements A and B?

When problems linger--Is it time to step back and use Situation Appraisal to ask "What do we need to know?"

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Leading organizational change from the IT function

IT departments have an opportunity to be a change agent. Think beyond applications, think performance changing behavior.

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Managing Bias in Decision Making

How much thought should you give to managing bias in decision making? The depth of your experience and the risk at hand should be an important clue.

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Remembering Ben Tregoe and John Zimmerman

Celebrating the vision and work of two KT originals. 

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Paid Forward to Charity

Joel Beezhold, VP of Continuous Improvement at Johnson Controls a multiple winner of the KT International Process Achievement Award pays it forward by contributing his award to the organization YoungLives. 

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A blast from the past. Kepner-Tregoe, still cutting edge and global

Classic Clear Thinking: KT workshop student in Italy brings in his dad’s KT materials from 60s Argentina

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An Agile Approach to Training Produces Results

Integrating training into the workflow helps organizations apply new skills as they are learned to address current issues or meet new goals. Consider how this works in regulated, manufacturing, and service industries. 

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KT & Six Sigma/Lean: Bringing Speed to Continuous Improvement

New blog post explores how manufacturers accelerate continuous improvement using KT Problem Solving & Decision Making skills, quickly resolving problems that allow teams to focus on pursuing Six Sigma improvements.

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