Category Archives: Habit
The Hidden Value in Performing Simple and Repetitive Tasks

December 12, 2017

By Laurie Clarke, Chief Operating Officer, The Tatham Group  Whether it’s having to make a meal or do the dishes, we are inching closer to automating those basic, everyday tasks. Researchers at Moley Robotics have already succeeded in bringing us the first robotic kitchen using motion-capture technology (image above). Two robotic hands can do everything […]

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8 Tips For Changing Leadership Habits

August 29, 2013

By Laurie Clarke, COO, The Tatham Group Productivity and innovation. Two things everyone is looking to achieve. This Harvard Business Review article, Your Innovation Problem Is Really A Leadership Problem, presents an interesting perspective: ‘It isn’t either/or. It’s both/and.’ Or as we would say, one and the same. For both to be effective and lasting, […]

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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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“A company is only as big as the problems it can handle.” – Unknown

July 16, 2012

By Laurie Clarke, COO, The Tatham Group If this is true, what is more important than an effective and easy to use way of solving problems? Nothing. A problem solving method that can be used at every level of the organization and use the customer/strategic direction of the company as its compass is essential for […]

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Selling, Not Yelling

July 9, 2012

By Keith DeFreitas Keith DeFreitas works with the employees to develop skills and tools to serve customers. He believes you should always start by fixing the process before you try to develop training.  He’s worked with many industries including banking,  auto sales, and soft drink distribution. I once worked with a car dealership where the […]

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Perfecting New Skills

April 2, 2012

By Laurie Clarke, COO, The Tatham Group  I will admit it.  I’m a perfectionist.  I hold myself to a high standard and then strive to reach beyond it every day.  Colleagues tell me to relax a bit – ‘done is better than perfect’ is a saying I hear frequently. And they are right in some […]

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Three Little Questions For Big Results

January 23, 2012

By John Munce, Relationship Executive, The Tatham Group  Tommy is a buddy who makes the same resolution each New Year for the last 15 years: eat less and exercise more.  He makes a big plan and sometimes plans to sign up for the YMCA. By the 9th of January he has fallen off his commitment […]

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