On the importance of “Why” from “Getting things done”

September 30, 2012
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From David Allen’s book “Getting things done” Blog’s note: This is an ultimate book on “How”. We found many of its simple tips inspiring (such as if you have something to be done and can’t do it in 2 minutes [...]

Deming, Total Quality, and the Fundamental Respect for People

May 26, 2012
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Edward Deming is known as the father of the quality movement. TQM became a fixeture of many industrial and non-industrial companies. Yet, according to studies two thirds of companies consider that TQM hasn’t met their expectations. Is it TQM’s or [...]

Japan Airlines CEO has no ego, says CBS (2min 20sec)

March 13, 2012
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With many CEOs running their businesses into bankruptcy by making questionable business decisions and indulging in ego-driven excesses, the CEO of Japan Airlines proves that Americans can learn something from others. Just as Japanese business models helped it become a [...]

Autonomy, awareness, and freedom

May 29, 2011

Famous psychologist on how to free oneself by Eric Berne Eric Berne is known for his Transactional Analysis theory and quite a bleak view of humans spending their life to play “games”. Yet, in the last couple of pages of [...]