Tuesday, 18 August 2020
Blogger: Andy Lattal, Ph.D. I, like many people of my age, am gravely concerned about getting infected by the coronavirus and coming down with a devastating-to-deadly case of COVID-19. Since early March, my wife, Darnell, and I have meticulously social distanced, ordered groceries online, washed our hands to the tune of the happy birthday verse (twice),
Monday, 06 July 2020
Blogger: Andy Lattal, Ph.D. Social distancing to many public health leaders and politicians is the COVID-19 Rosetta Stone. In the absence of a vaccine, if we can understand and manage social distancing, it may be possible to reverse the awful upward trend in the infection data in many American states that we have seen in
Tuesday, 23 June 2020
3 Steps to protect your team during pandemics Lessons from Lean Hospitals and OBM Guest Blogger: Michael McCarthy, author of Sustain Your Gains: The People Side of Lean-Six Sigma When pandemics strike, they spread quickly, as in the current COVID-19 crisis. Our goal is to respond quickly. Just as highway departments have Rapid Response
Wednesday, 27 May 2020
Guest Blogger: Michael McCarthy, author of Sustain Your Gains: The People Side of Lean-Six Sigma Today I saw a post on LinkedIn about a team rising to meet a challenge. During this Covid-19 crisis, Italian hospitals have a shortage of respirators. A doctor “came out with an idea but didn’t know how to make it:
Tuesday, 03 December 2019
Dangerous behavior simply can’t be ignored. The person engaging in it is going to either hurt herself or someone else if it continues. Saying that is easy, knowing what to do about it is a rabbit hole. At what point does the behavior become more than “disruptive” and cross the “dangerous” threshold?
Thursday, 10 August 2017
By describing our expectations objectively, and selecting meaningful indicators, we can make informed decisions about how to improve BOTH health and productivity in the workplace.
Saturday, 03 September 2016
Our health is a result of many variables such as quality sleep, physical activity, and diet. While sleep and diet are beyond the employer’s control, employee physical activity and the environment they work in are.