Immunity to Change

Immunity to Change

The Immunity to Change roadmap for diagnosing and understanding reasons why individuals struggle with change (based on the book by Kegan and Lahey).

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Accelerating Change

Accelerating Change

Three actions the Lean East team recommends to improve the pace of change and likelihood of success in organizational transformation.

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Leaders Eat Last

Leaders Eat Last

We review the Simon Sinek book, Leaders Eat Last, and discuss five chemicals that our body has designed for evolutionary reasons that impact us today.

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An American Sickness

An American Sickness

Dr. Rosenthal shares many shocking examples for each of her ten economic rules for the dysfunctional medical market throughout this 2017 book.

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People Don’t Hate Change

People Don’t Hate Change

Many organizations have dedicated employees and smart leaders, yet struggle with change. Why do some teams and organizations struggle more than others?

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Start with Why

Start with Why

This month we discuss the 2009 book Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek. In this favorite book of many leaders, Sinek asks why some companies are able to achieve things that defy all the assumptions. For example, why is Apple so innovative? Why did the Wright Brothers […]

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Simplify the Customer

Simplify the Customer

To improve health care delivery in the United States, simplify the customer. Single-payer healthcare and free-market healthcare systems are discussed and contrasted.

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Leadership Lessons from Toyota

Leadership Lessons from Toyota

This is part of an ongoing series of organizational and personal improvement book reviews. If you have read the book already, then use this as a reminder of key lessons. If you have not read the book and are looking to learn and grow as a leader, then this summary is for you! In short, […]

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SWOT Analysis

SWOT Analysis

How to hold a SWOT Analysis covering strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats as part of organizational strategic planning.

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