We all need a push. Sure, there are some things that we do out of enjoyment, but there is a reason why hunger is a painful feeling. Hunting and gathering food are painful activities, not to mention monotonous, without the pain of hunger we may just starve.
Depending on where you look, the term “mindset” can mean many different things. The definition that best suits the way I typically use the term comes from the May 1st 2016 blog in Psychology Today.com. “A mindset is a belief that orients the way we handle situations- the way we sort out what is going on and what we should do.”
Process improvement is at the top of the CI Framework. Performing process improvement continuously is what makes companies adaptable to change, agile to market disruptions, innovative beyond their competitors, and just great to work at. This is exactly why most organizations contact Chalmers St. Consulting.
Way back when I led Six Sigma projects and programs at Motorola I was given the opportunity to extend what I had learned to all sorts of non-traditional processes. For example, helping customers obtain grants, lobbying for legislation, and my favorite, the administrative processes in policing.