Thursday, September 24, 2020

Read My Guest Post On "Organizational Transformation and Strategic Simplicity®"

Steve Salisbury, a change leadership expert and consultant, publishes an insightful blog on organizational change and transformation.  

I recently contributed this guest post on "Organizational Transformation and Strategic Simplicity®":

https://stevesalisburyconsulting.com/uncategorized/organizational-transformation-and-strategic-simplicity/

© 2020 Praveen Puri

Monday, September 21, 2020

Shampoo advice: rinse and repeat



Strategic Simplicity® has always been about carving out focused micro-projects, and iterating, self-correcting, feed back, analog vs digital.


© 2020 Praveen Puri

Leaders Develop Their Team




As a leader, you’re primary responsibility is adding value to the business and pleasing customers, but it is also to develop your team and make their jobs interesting. 


So, don’t micromanage. Do delegate, but don’t just break things down into rote work. There is a balance that engages people: not too easy, but not overwhelming. A good leader know where his/her people are at, and adjusts the level of work as they learn more.

© 2020 Praveen Puri

scrum / agile, water fall, CMM, six sigma, etc

The thing is, scrum / agile, water fall, CMM, six sigma, etc are concepts that circulate in and out of favor.

The key is how they are actually implemented inside a company.

You can be successful with any of them, as long as you implement them with common sense.

I've also seen them all fail when they are implemented by runaway bureaucracy - where following the process is given more importance than results.

© 2020 Praveen Puri

Saturday, September 5, 2020

Two Universal Truths

1. If you keep putting something off, then you don't really want it.

2. Shiny new tools are no substitute for judgement and experience.

© 2020 Praveen Puri