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Coaching Ben - Ownership

#TeamDynamics #TeamManagement

Ben was a team manager in a large real estate firm.  He decided to have a mail out campaign for a new development to send to clients on the database. 634 more words

Staff Morale

Customer Satisfaction = Effortless To Use

Customer satisfaction scores are key to many industries and businesses, like retail, healthcare, and service companies. Some companies even award bonuses to management or give a slice of the profits (profit sharing) to employees if certain thresholds are met. 355 more words

Gen X

Honda unveil new 2015 Civic Type R

Honda has announced it is to race the new Civic Type R in the 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season. Scheduled to be officially unveiled at the BTCC media day at Donington on Tuesday 24 March, the new car has been designed and built from the ground up in the Team Dynamics workshops in Pershore, Worcestershire. 322 more words

BTCC

What is Systemic Thinking?

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Systemic thinking is the study of the system as a whole.  Being able to break it down to smaller systems that interrelate with other systems and put them back together again to create the whole. 567 more words

Systemic Thinking

Create Frameworks, Not Process

Processes tell people what to do. 

Frameworks guide people how to act. 

Processes insist on discipline. 

Frameworks allow for creativity.

 

I am a big believer in… 340 more words

Project Management

Honda Racing confirms driver line-up for 2015 BTCC‏

Honda Racing will enter the 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) with consistency firmly on its side, after confirming an unchanged driver line-up of Gordon Shedden and Matt Neal. 511 more words

BTCC

If you want ownership, don't forget strategy (& communication)

Strategy is one of those subjects that most people think they understand when very few actually do (I might be one of the former, but that would make this an awkward article, so I’ll continue on the premise I’m not :)). 402 more words

Management