Practice excellence – Avoid leakages

July 25, 2011 at 10:00 am | Posted in Blogroll, Practice Excellence, Systems Thinking | Leave a comment

This week it is probably one of the shortest blogs but with tremendous potential of practical application.

From my experience, I have found that if we increase our sensitivity to leakages in three areas and make suitable changes in our way of working as we go through different situations, gradually but very definitely it leads to increase in efficiency as well as effectiveness of everything we do in all walks of our life.

These three areas are TIME, ATTENTION and ENERGY, and this is true for all human systems.

Volumes can be written and plenty of examples given to support the above statement, but it won’t make an iota of difference to achieving practice excellence till we become sensitized and start making required changes in the way we work and live. The way we respond differs from person to person and each of us comes across different situations. Once the change starts there is no stopping as it builds its own momentum.

Your views and inputs are valuable; please share.

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