Leadership is a choice. To improve your leadership skills you need to understand your leadership strengths and opportunities. What kind of leader are you? Are you a Structural Leader or an Entrepreneurial Leader?
Toyota’s Fujio Cho says leaders need to do three things: Go see, ask why, and show respect. This is a brilliantly simple summary of some well-studied and widely accepted philosophies. In this article we present some of our own thoughts on this memorable little phrase.
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GO Productivity is pleased to announce the release of our 2019 Annual Report.
GO Productivity and NAIT and excited to announce their strategic partnership. Read about it here.
Collaborative Construction is a hot topic today. It involves breaking down the barriers between companies working together on a construction project. In a true collaborative contract, each party must be open, honest and share their true costs and contingency amounts. That requires Trust! You may be concerned that if the other company knows your true… Read more »
GO Productivity is pleased to announce the release of our 2018 Annual Report.
Doug Junor, GO Productivity Executive in Residence Ask your Business Units this: “If we had all the data from the field in an electronic format at the point of collection, how would we be able to use that data to improve the business?” The average person uses about 10 mobile applications daily and about… Read more »
GO Productivity is pleased to announce the release of our 2017 Annual Report. Like all our clients, GO Productivity in 2017 responded to the changing economic conditions. We have updated our offerings, streamlined our information, expanded our market, and improved our services. As the recession ends and growth returns, we are poised to be even… Read more »
Executive Summary Collins Steel has had a structured approach to continuous improvement since 2009, when a few of the company’s managers read The Toyota Way. From there, they undertook lean training for the whole company, Kaizen projects, and Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training with a project focused on lead time reduction in detailing. Since… Read more »