I just got off the golf course hitting 9-holes with my Pop, who is 84 years old. God bless him, I hope he has many more rounds to play and I look forward to getting out as often as I can with him. We played the En-Joie Golf Club; a stop on the PGA Tour
XONITEK Chairman and Founder of the OpEx Society, Joseph Paris shares here his views on the relevance and importance of operational excellence as it relates to golf – as seen in the Spring 2016 edition of CLUBLINK Life. Download PDF Read the original article by Joseph Paris here: “Business Lessons Learned from Playing Golf“
Welcome to Episode 10, a special podcast from the Outliers Inn. Topic: Wicked, messy, social, complex, tough human problems. No, it’s not the aftermath of the Outliers Inn summer party – it’s a hostly episode with Joe and Benjamin interviewing each other about the difference between complex and merely complicated organisational and human problems. With no guests
We often hear about “one version of the truth”—the one source for operating data that everyone in a company agrees is the real, trusted number with which to plan and measure performance. Without this definitive information, people spend a lot of time arguing about the validity of numbers, the impact of a challenge or opportunity, and
A nincompoop is someone who is grossly inept. They can be categorized as five-figures, six-figures … up to ten-figures or more depending upon how much they cost the organization in a year, or over their career. Ironically, Nincompoops have an uncanny way of surviving by flying below the radar, shifting blame or somehow gaining tenure.