continuous improvement

How Does Culture Impact Outcomes?

How Does Culture Impact Outcomes?

Three things have always stood out when I’ve reflected on the success of a project or change initiative, or the speed at which it advanced. It seems that when these 3 things are present, not only does work advance much quicker, but greater outcomes are the result.

I find it interesting, then, to hear when other people have similar observations, not just in work, but also in life.

Find Your Risk Dragons!

Find Your Risk Dragons!

Risk - to human health and life, to the environment. It's one of those fuzzy things that everyone has different perceptions about - how serious it is, whether something should be done to address it, how critical or impactful the consequences of an occurrence could be. 

A thing that we can be blind to, become lazy about, particularly when no failures or instances occur over a long duration. Or when past failures had consequences which were deemed to be small.

Risk - something that should be assessed, avoided and addressed, mitigated. But to what end can an unknown be tempered?