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Managers Forum Maze WE ACHIEVE

We Enjoy Achieving the Impossible -  On Time and Within Budget.
We fix problems - people problems and process problems. We understand how to develop solutions that balance the influence of people problems on the productivity of processes and the impact of process problems on the performance of people.

Our wealth of experiences and deep variety of expertise gives us a wide selection of tools to use for building solutions. Some of those tools are known as sales processes, leadership, knowledge management, training, eLearning, performance intervention, organizational change, team support, customer relationship management, employee performance support, Internet services, application development, eBusiness, channel management, content management, and many other names.

What we do isn’t fancy or complicated; we work with you until you’re satisfied that we’ve crafted the simplest solution to resolve your situation.

We have an unbroken history of delivering projects on time and within budget. That’s something that very few organizations can claim.

If you have questions that need answers, messes that need to be cleaned up, problems that don’t seem to have a solution - just contact us. That’s what we do - clean up messes, answer questions, and resolve problems.

Managers Forum Maze WE BELIEVE

Business processes are a continuous cycle of action and reaction to changes in competitive, technological, market, client, employee, and resource environments.

Each change is an opportunity to learn how to increase your capability, adaptability and productivity to create a continuous spiral of evolving strengths. These strengths create competitive advantages that can’t be replicated, eliminated, or removed.

An organization's ability to adapt is dependent on the adaptability of every individual within that organization.  Increasing individual and organizational adaptability cannot be a one time event; it is built by continuously evolving processes.

Processes that require ...

  • Understanding the Politics of  Power
  • Removing Islands of  Knowledge
  • Increasing Internal and External Collaboration
  • Moving from Reaction to Catalytic Action
  • Focusing on Performance not Procedures
  • Enhancing Strategic instead of Functional Attitudes
  • Recognizing all Levels of Leadership
  • Developing Rewarding Relationships
  • Understanding the Infinite Value of Informal Learning
  • Motivating Change through Building Ripples of Respect
  • Continuously Applying the Platinum Rule

Motivational Moment

Nothing can be effectively controlled, in the long run, from the top of a hierarchy-- or from any one perspective. People are basically trustworthy. Only workplaces that give their members the chance to learn and add value through their work will succeed in the long run.
Art Kleiner
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