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Dissecting Trindent’s Values for New Applicants: Passion for Solving Complex Problems

The hiring process should always be a two-way street, with both parties assessing each other to determine if there is a good mutual fit.  Today’s workforce is a lot more conscious of what their employers stand for and how they do business.  Accepting a job offer has become about much more than just making money… read more →




Using the “5 Whys Analysis” to Process Professional Feedback

We constantly receive feedback.  We hear it every day in one way or another, often unsolicited.  When done socially or in passing, criticism is easy to take lightly or brush off.  However, in a work environment, feedback can be a lot more unsettling.  We are driven to excel at our jobs, so professional feedback is… read more →




Using Cost-Benefit Analysis to Avoid Change Fatigue

By Christopher Lee The pursuit of perfection, the 5th Lean principle, represents a continuous improvement mindset, where the pursuit of perfection is an ongoing process that continuously evolves.  However, if not used properly, this concept can be taken to an extreme and cause change fatigue in an organization. Organizational change fatigue is defined as “a… read more →




Maximize the Value of Your Consulting Engagement

Sitting down with your executive team, you’ve digested the findings found in the Opportunity Assessment that Trindent Consulting conducted on several key areas of your organization.  Impressed, and ready to achieve the sustainable financial improvements Trindent has outlined, you and your team decide to proceed forward with the Engagement proposal.  Before the work starts, here… read more →




Management Consulting in Healthcare

In their work, management consultants use their skills, knowledge, and expertise to enhance management and organizational performance by driving process improvements.  The changes they generate and implement bring value to a company through proactive and reactive improvement efforts that can help any organization course-correct its operations and obtain higher standards of performance and efficiency.  What… read more →




DEMYSTIFYING THE PURSUIT OF PERFECTION

Understanding the 5th Principle of Lean Methodology By Christopher Lee The term perfection is defined as “the state of being complete and correct in every way”. In this literal definition, the concept of perfection can be erroneously perceived as an unobtainable objective, causing it to be rejected.  However, the Pursuit of Perfection, the 5th principle in lean methodology is not meant to be a… read more →




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