Jessica Malagisi, Shauna Durant, & Kevin Yania, from Grange Insurance, were recently featured in COE's webinar series. Their session called "Using a Continuous Improvement Mindset to Reimagine the Office & Hybrid Culture" was so popular that we asked them to address some of the unanswered questions. Here's a continuation of that session's discussion.
Angus Fletcher recently had the opportunity to present on the science of peak operational performance -- and the role that story plays -- at the 2022 COE Summit. In this blog, Dr. Fletcher will address some of the unanswered questions from the session. I find it hard to capture my own narrative. How can I get better and what people are best positioned to help me?
Mike Orzen recently had the opportunity to share some ideas on Connecting to Create Engagement in a Digital World at a Center for Operational Excellence event. This event was high-attended and engaging - a testament to the importance of coaching in today’s hybrid world and the challenges of engaging people authentically and effectively. Here Mike will address one of the unanswered questions from the session that we didn't have time to answer.
Corporate philanthropy is typically viewed as a mix of generosity and marketing – a way for a company to help their community while also promoting their brand. However, companies are increasingly seeing the wider role their philanthropic endeavors can play in overall strategy, including inventory management. By integrating philanthropy into stocking and product-mix choices, a company can get the best of both worlds – effective inventory control and meaningful altruism. Here are five ways:
Doug Ulman was recently featured at COE's Summit 2022 event. His session called "Leading Through Change: How to Pivot Personally & Professionally When the Unexpected Happens" was so popular that we asked him to address some of the unanswered questions. Here's a continuation of that session's discussion.