Posts Tagged ‘Problem solving’

Combining Right-Brain, Left-Brain Activities for Success

Monday, July 20th, 2015

Combining right brain activities with left brain activities is proving to be the most successful path to meaningful innovation by fostering critical thinking, creative problem solving and collaboration.

How do you translate efficiency into effectiveness?

Thursday, May 12th, 2011

How do you get left brain people to use more of their right brain? How do you translate efficiency into effectiveness? Left-brain linear thinking drilled home throughout our formal educational process in the U.S. focuses on the most efficient way to problem solve. Decades of learning by “no you can’t and here’s the answer” sadly […]

Limiting habit energy is changed into creative, innovative energy.

Monday, April 18th, 2011

Every day 95% of a company’s intellectual property walks out the door. And the executives trained to know how to leverage their internal assets and turn human capital into creative capital will quickly turn habit energy into increased market share, revenue and profits. Their employees will look forward to returning the next day. These are […]

No Email No TM until 10AM

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

Start your day with a work plan you initiate – not by what someone else initiates via their email or TM.