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Milestone Presentations in Change Management

Change management is one of the most challenging aspects of being a manager. Combine this with the expectation of continuous improvement and a general lack of training for new managers, and it’s no surprise that many change initiatives underperform. As management consultants, one of the complaints we often hear when we’re discussing organizational change is… read more →

Asking The Right Questions

Asking Questions is at the core of the work a consultant does.  At its most basic level, a question is a sentence structured and worded in a way that elicits information.  A consultant’s key objective is to understand their client’s situation so that they can expose the underlying problems, come up with solutions, and facilitate… read more →

What is Kanban?

Kanban, the Japanese word for “billboard”, is a visual method for managing work as it flows through a process.  Originally developed to do scheduling in the manufacturing sector, it’s now a Lean management tool being utilized across all industries to visualize and actively manage work in order to optimize productivity. It’s also a common tool… read more →

Dissecting Trindent’s Values for New Applicants – Character Before Skill

Think of your next job as an investment.  When you invest in something, you first want to make sure the asset meets whatever criteria you define as a “good fit” – whether it’s the level of risk, or the rate of return, or some other factor.   Throughout your career, the same methodology should apply when… read more →

Speak So Your Audience Hears

It may be so obvious that it’s frequently overlooked, but no company is a carbon copy of another.  All organizations have their own unique culture, one that’s commonly captured in their motto, such as Trindent’s “Make it Happen™”.   Company culture shows great insight into the executive management style at the top, which then influences… read more →

Lean Concepts For Knowledge Workers

The core idea of “Lean” is widely recognized even by those who don’t know the terminology.  The fundamental objective of Lean is to create and maximize value while eliminating waste.  It’s a principle aimed at optimizing the people, resources, efforts, and energy of an organization with the goal of creating maximum value for its customer…. read more →

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