Thought on Business: Nothing Made Sense, and Neither did anything else

I thought to start a short series of Thoughts on Business that employ graphic images and some of my more favorite quotes. The idea is to frame some of the illustrations of Square Wheels and The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine into some easy-to-understand ideas for workplace improvement. We do a lot of corporate team building and engage a lot of leadership into pretty good discussions about issues and opportunities. So, the idea is to pop up a few of the key quotes into easily remembered graphic images.

Square Wheels One Thought on Business Nothing made sense

This meshes up with my recent blog on the issue of supervisors doing some simple facilitation to involve and engage their people for improved workplace performance. Since engagement and involvement are so bad, why isn’t more being done to simply ask for ideas for improvement and implement those ideas that would improve productivity and intrinsic motivation. Does anyone really think that processes and organizations are really working smoothly?

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Dr. Scott Simmerman is a designer of team building games and organization improvement tools. Managing Partner of Performance Management Company since 1984, he is an experienced presenter and consultant.

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