Nonviolent Meeting Scheduling

Scheduling meetings with people, especially larger groups, by default is a hostile act. You come in and take away half an hour, an hour or more of people’s time—time they could otherwise have spent doing “real work.” On top of the meeting time itself, there’s additional overhead: Scheduling overhead — every participant has to check and decideContinue reading “Nonviolent Meeting Scheduling”

Disciplined Continuous Improvement

Three techniques to constantly keep moving forward Most cheesy picture I could find Googling for “continuous improvement” The best teams I’ve worked with in my career share one thing in common: they’re very disciplined about improving themselves (as people and as a team), how they work (process), and their environment (the other parts of the organizationContinue reading “Disciplined Continuous Improvement”