Archive for February, 2014

23
Feb

Dreyfus Model of Skill Acquisition

This week’s Issue | 23/02/2014 Mariela is still screaming and expressing THANKS as Canada takes gold in men's Olympic hockey, with a dominant 3-0 win over Sweden at the Sochi Games in celebration of her Birthday today.  Personally I think the team did it for the Nation ... but I am not going to spoil her enthusiasm and gratitude.   We are in the midst of training a team on Lean Methodologies in particular the power

16
Feb

Hiring and Alignment of Employees

This week’s Issue | 17/02/2014 Companies believe that their identity is the result of their technology, innovation and services provided … in actuality it is all about how their people position the company’s values.  So it makes sense that one should constantly be hiring and working with employees on the alignment of “CAPS” to their organization.  This week’s newsletter provides you with the definition of “CAPS”   This 30 story Hotel took 15 days to build !!!

09
Feb

Yoketen or Wiki database

This week’s Issue | 10/02/2014 If you are a fan of 5S and Visual Management then you will love Kulula is a low-cost South-African airline that doesn't take itself too seriously.     As we were checking in for our flight home last week from LAX a fellow traveller mentioned that we would be better served in the Air New Zealand lounge

03
Feb

Cells and Continuous Flow

This week’s Issue | 03/02/2014 Managed to escape the cold and snow by heading to California ... it was strange to be able to smell the odor of the forest fires within the plane cabin as we approached the airport.  We are busy these days coaching organizations on the power and simplicity of adopting single piece flow cells ... whether in operations but it is even more powerful when applied in administrative settings.  So this week we cover