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A Pilot and a Focus on Engagement: Continuous Improvement at Mohawk

April 14, 2017

One of the most interesting things about working with new clients at KaiNexus is that we get to hear stories about how organizations have...

What Every Company Can Learn From "Shirtless Saturdays"

August 2, 2016

Paul Gardner, the author of this post, is one of the investors in KaiNexus and has played a huge role in our success. This story is his...

When Work Is Stressful and Dangerous, Employee Health Suffers

July 25, 2016

Between deadlines, working overtime, and pressures from superiors, work can be a high-stress environment. A little bit of stress can be a...

What Smart People Have to Say About Employee Engagement

May 9, 2016

Employee engagement is not the only thing that matters in business, but it matters a lot. Engaged employees contribute more ideas, care...

Use Cross-Functional Teams to Offset Organizational Tribalism

February 29, 2016

The tendency to form groups, and then to favor in-group members, has the earmarks of instinct. It is normal for wolves, primates, ants,...

How To Increase Buy-In For Improvement [Webinar]

February 17, 2016

If you're struggling to get buy-in for improvement in your organization, yesterday's webinar from KaiNexus' Mark Graban and Greg Jacobson...

Why It's So Hard to Change Minds to Spread Improvement

February 11, 2020

Frustrated that you can't expand the improvement culture beyond an initial small group?

Having trouble convincing senior leadership to...

Happiness Is Not The Goal Of Employee Engagement Activities

January 8, 2016

I was just reading an article that claimed to be a “comprehensive list of employee engagement activities.” One of the suggestions was to...

Catchball: An Essential Practice for Flat Organizations

November 24, 2015

A flat organizational structure with few or no levels of middle management can be extremely conducive to innovation and improvement....