Performance by Kevin McManus

What's your allowance?
Without allowances, accounting for the effects of the significant psychological and physiological diversity in today's global workplace would be difficult. We rarely measure the effectiveness  of, and further improve our allowance-setting practices. It is all a matter of balancing precision with subjectivity. No problem, right?


Management by Paul Engle

Living with a change agent
The word is divided into people bent on change and those resisting it. The change agent within an organization struggles to move the business forward against resistance, but detractors must quickly realize that trying to derail change will have devastating consequences for themselves. It's always best to join the effort in organizational transformation.

Health Systems by William "Ike" Eisenhauer 

Health Systems by William "Ike" Eisenhauer

Succeeding at failing to learn from the past
Time and time again the innovations, breakthroughs,  paradigm shifts, and cutting-edge advancements turn out to be nothing more than things we've been told to do for years, sometimes decades. Yet, we ignored them then and will soon forget them when the flash fades. This isn't just new wine in old bottles- we forgot we had wine in the first place. 

Innovation by Nabil Nasr 

Innovation by Nabil Nasr

Resource efficiency and the circular economy
The future will be circular, and in the manufacturing economy, this means that economic growth will depend more on extracting value from existing materials than creating new supplies. One of the greatest opportunities for innovation in the circular economy is in remanufacturing. Such innovation will create a world where such initiatives will last.