Ever heard about Jishuken? this method is extremely efficient and sustainable. I’ve learn it from Toyota (one year working together) and introduced it successfully at Bosch, world wide! we call it “Speed Week’! It can be applied to almost every topic which needs to be improved! It requires basically the six fundamentals for agile work…. […]Read More Paolo Chaves – Ever heard about Jishuken?
Students who took notes with the laptops slightly out-performed the students who wrote their notes longhand (with pen and paper) when it came to recalling specific facts. But when it came to conceptual understanding, the students who took notes by hand performed much better. At the end of the day, it seems as though what’s […]Read More The Mueller and Oppenheimer Study – taking notes
From Inc. magazine: Bezos looks for people who can admit they are wrong and change their opinions often. According to Jeff this flexibility is the Number 1 Sign of High Intelligence. Bezos’s counterintuitive strategy isn’t just to look at how often people are right. Instead, he also looks for people who can admit they are […]Read More People who admit they are wrong – Bezos
Hilary Brueck, Business Insider Researchers who’ve studied more than 6,000 kindergartners found that the kids rated by their parents as more curious and willing to try new things performed better on math and reading assessments at school.Read More continuous improvement & curiosity
Google Has an Official Process in Place for Learning From Failure – By Justin Bariso, @JustinJBariso Recently, Google described its internal process for documenting and learning from mistakes, The process is ever so aptly named: the postmortem. Identify the most important problems. Ask yourself, what do I define as a major problem? You may not always know until you […]Read More Continuous Improvement