We are using Six Sigma for internal process improvement while at the same time I’m reading The Power of Pull. I found myself wondering if we these two theories can co-exist. Six Sigma is deeply rooted in process improvement; finding cost savings through innovation and iterative improvements. Sounds great in theory and has substantial research […]
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After a hectic week hunting for a home in Colorado Springs and my first two days at work with Compassion International I finally had time to go explore. My realtor, Brian Boals, suggested that hiking the Cheyenne Canyon is a great place to start. I walked into the Starsmore Visitor center and asked, “Where should […]
A friend of mine got me interested in watches, or more specifically, chronometers. Exploring this sub-culture has reminded me again of the power of perception. First let me set the stage with a little background information. This past fall my wife and I celebrated 20 years of marriage by going on our first cruise. It […]
This weekend I was reminded of two truths that are easily forgotten: networking matters and trust your vision. My wife and I were enjoying time together with our teen kids gone for the weekend. We decided that part of our weekend-long date would include a trip to Truffles and Tortes in Anoka, MN. This tiny […]
It has been a few years since I have blogged and I decided it was time to start again. Why you might ask? 1) First, technology has advanced. Last time I got overloaded with the war against spam. Instead of nurturing a nice online community I spent my time cleaning up junk. WordPress had some […]