A Kaizen Illustration

Kaizen directly translates to continuous improvement and was originally developed in post-World War II Japan. Toyota Motor Corporation, the company that spearheaded the development, can be viewed as a representation of this concept. As a company that was originally founded as an automatic loom manufacturer, it has evolved into one of the largest automotive manufacturers in the world, with a market cap of $260 billion.

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Bad Beat

Everyone catches a bad beat sometimes. Your ability to remain disciplined will make or break the outcome of your next hand before the cards are even dealt.

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The Coaching Tree of Leadership

The Coaching Tree is like a Family Tree. But unlike a Family Tree which you are born into, a Coaching Tree represents the many layers and history of succession of leadership, team building success and talent development.

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Profits in the Trenches

Unfortunately, there remains a myth that business units can be divided into clear and distinguishable impact labels: cost centers and profit centers. While this term has long outlived its usefulness, those organizations that live by it will certainly die out with it.

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