Process improvement consulting for airline boarding is a regular dream of many business consultants. A program from American Airlines is reviewed in one of the best headlines we’ve ever seen. (more…)
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The Methodology Blog: Thought Leadership: Business Improvement Thought Leadership
Increased employee productivity is a goal of many businesses and non-profits. Should we use an incentive system based on rewards to increase productivity, or will that backfire? (more…)
Conference calls. Not many people love them. And they aren’t exactly a great way to improve employee productivity. But there are ways to make them more bearable. (more…)
A warning to airline travelers: regardless of tickets, checked luggage and your presence at the gate, there is no guarantee your plane won’t leave without you. For Luke Mueller, a Los Angeles teacher and musician, one quick bathroom stop cost him more than a wasted $700 flight—it resulted in eight hours of grueling travel. (more…)
It’s a statement that people seem to make often. “I think I emailed you this, but I’m not sure.” And it’s one that really surprises me, because it potentially means something rather profound. (more…)
Government efficiency. Those words sound like a contradiction in terms. But is one major metropolis finding ways to truly improve productivity? (more…)
No matter what you’re doing to improve your business, it’s always good time to reassess how we think about work. That’s why a startling revelation about what makes us happy is a powerful place to begin the conversation. (more…)
Improving employee productivity is often the goal of new technology. But technology can hinder employee productivity as well. (more…)
Productivity expert and AccelaWork principal Robby Slaughter posted a guest blog at CMSExpo.net. His message: there is unbelievable potential for content reuse. (more…)
Just about every business improvement consultant has referenced Netflix in a conversation. But how does their delivery system really work? Here’s an inside scoop. (more…)
We’ve been tracking the Yahoo employee telecommuting discussion (YahooGate?) for a few months now here at The Methodology Blog. Last week, CEO Marissa Mayer clarified that ending their work-from-home program was “wrongly perceived as an industry narrative.” (more…)
A friend of mine posted a photograph taken at local non-profit. The image is of the parking lot. And if you know one more crucial detail, you’re probably going to put your palm in your face. (more…)
Telecommuting facts often tout the benefits of working from home. But a new infographic does show a few of the drawbacks. (more…)