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Category Archives: Checklist
Solving My Sleep Crisis

July 17, 2013

By Laurie Clarke, COO, The Tatham Group I recently read a very interesting, and scary, article about sleep:  The Sleep Crisis.  As most new parents are, I’ve been a bit obsessed with sleep – mine and the little ones – and this article intensified my fears.  Realizing that most of my efforts to affect the […]

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Tango With Intuition

July 11, 2013

By Michael Tatham Jr, CEO, The Tatham Group Do you ever wonder what event or series of events have built your intuitive sense? Despite rationality proving time-and-again our intuitive responses are wrong, why do we settle to ‘do what we have always done’? Some say it’s a matter of breaking habits; other argue that it comes from a lack […]

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Elegantly Simple – How To Know When It’s The Right Solution

September 27, 2011

“I would not give a fig for the simplicity this side of complexity, but I would give my life for the simplicity on the other side of complexity.”  – Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. Reading the article The Simplest Health Solutions? It’s Complicated in The New York Times, I was reminded of many presentations we have attended where […]

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Becoming an Expert on Experts

July 1, 2011

By Michael Tatham, President, The Tatham Group. The majority of business owners and operators don’t understand the purpose of having and using an expert. During the assessment stage of Boot Camp we facilitate participants through a very important part of the ‘discovery process’ in order to have consistency when using the process of observation.  We […]

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How To Let Process Work For You

September 7, 2010

By now it is no secret that I am a process freak.  I was infected with the bug a long time ago.  As such, I look out for companies that employ the same way of thinking and products that can help support my efforts both personally and at the office.  Both require a lot of […]

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Making Rules That Stick

April 3, 2010

By John  Munce, Deployment Executive, The Tatham Group Somebody has to make the rules.  Like sports, activities of groups of people need some boundaries, some goals, some measures, and some limits on proper play.  Somebody has to make them up. Anyone who’s tried to write the rules of a game, or the steps of a […]

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Even Experts Need Help

January 10, 2010

By John Munce, Deployment Executive, The Tatham Group There’s no bigger expert than a surgeon especially when performing major surgery.  I adhere to the definition of major surgery as “anything done on ME.”  I’ve had my share, ranging from minor whacks at the dermatologist to a big whack that severed a nerve controlling part of […]

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Three Simple Questions

March 11, 2009

  By John Munce, Deployment Executive, The Tatham Group Last week I went in for a little outpatient procedure.  To me, any surgery is major surgery.  But to the doctors it was minor, routine, no big deal.   When I arrived for the pre-surgery checklist with the three nurses and the anesthetist the clerk handed […]

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