Life brings bad problems and good problems, and the Center for Operational Excellence is happy to be right in the middle of a very, very good one. To put it quite simply, we’ve grown our membership base at such a steady clip that a group once numbering four in 1992 has hit 34. This has | Read more…



When I moved to the United States from India nine years ago, an important early addition to my vocabulary was the word “silo.” In agriculture, it’s a structure used for the bulk storage of grains. Outside that trade, though, it’s used widely to describe the compartmentalization that forms inside organizations. When I saw a silo | Read more…