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Facilitating Productive, Interactive, Engaging Meetings

There are many reasons to have meetings. People solve problems and build new knowledge when they meet in groups. Meetings provide a social exchange and allow initiatives to be created, operationalized and rolled out. Projects are usually more effective when planning and check-in meetings are part of the process. Marie Gervais, Director of Shift Management… Read more »

Building a Strategy Based on PAT Results: Part 2 of 3

Part 1 of this 3-part blog series discussed ways in which you can gather a PAT team to help give your company a broad and well-stratified reading of how your employees rate your current productivity level. Now, let’s talk about how you can use the tool to gather information that will easily help you develop a short, medium and long-term strategy as well as important qualitative feedback—with the least effort possible.

Building a Strategy Based on PAT Results: Part 1 of 3

If you’ve been browsing our website, you’ve probably heard of our Productivity Assessment Tool (PAT). It’s designed to help give you a base-level reading of your company’s productivity in three key areas: Innovation, Leadership & Management, and Operations. After all, you can’t develop an action plan before having a diagnosis! But how can you leverage the knowledge gained through your PAT results?