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I’m guilty. There are days when I walk out of the office wondering what I did all day long. If my boss stopped and asked me that question, I’d probably stutter and say, ‘Well, I answered some emails and looked at that project we were talking about.’
Given the hundreds of processes we encounter each and everyday, it’s reasonable to admit that we aren’t always in control of the variables we face. Recently, guest blogger Bernie Smith discovered this for himself and decided to share his story and revelations with us on The Methodology Blog.
Ever wonder what your office space says about your company? Does it have an impact on your business as well as your employees, customers and/or potential clients? These may sound like silly or insignificant questions, but trust us, they’re important to think about when it comes to process improvement.