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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Talent & Team

October 26, 2017

By Michael Tatham, President, The Tatham Group. During a conversation with Mike Clement, Managing director of Strait Insights, we discussed the topic of talent and team. There is a new generation of highly capable young leaders moving into prominent senior positions. Are you fast-tracking leadership capability for the present culture or this future one? Mike […]

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Fixing an unstable process will BURN. YOU. OUT.

October 23, 2017

  Do you fancy burnt toast? No one could fathom why Michael’s father loved burned toast. He still does. Every morning he sets the toaster on high, and butters his crisp toast before kicking off his day. When Michael was younger, he would rush into the kitchen and toss two slices of bread into the […]

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Work on What Matters So Your Business Matters More

October 2, 2017

Even the best time managers get sucked into the black abyss of non-value added activities.  The catch is can you recognize the difference?
There’s a quick and easy test to help determine if the numerous steps you take to get a product or service to your customer are actually steps worth taking. An activity or process […]

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Who’s Set to Win in the Amazon and Whole Foods Deal?

August 28, 2017

By John Munce, Chief Customer Success Officer The Tatham Group CEO’s have turned to mergers again. 2015 witnessed a ‘merger bonanza’ in global business, reaching $4.7 trillion dollars in announced mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Digitization, scale and growth capture the minds of CEO’s and their boards. An acquisition can seem like a silver bullet to […]

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Own Your Disruption

July 31, 2017

Leaders make one of two big decisions. Choose to go with the tide; or Help change its course. Option one causes you to inevitably self-limit the growth your organization can experience. The later demands organizational evolution; developing the agility and capability to recreate customer experiences, not just meet them. As a leader, it is your […]

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Takeaways from The Change Management & Organization Design Conference – Toronto

May 4, 2017

This was a good week. We landed our recent op-ed on automation and the next frontier for middle-management in the May issue of The Canadian Business Journal, and had the opportunity to share our customer experiences at The Change Management and Organization Design Conference in Toronto. We were joined by executive and senior leadership interested […]

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Know Your Ws

April 18, 2017

An expected stroke of genius years ago helped create an exercise to assess leadership alignment. Give this exercise a try.  

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The Inevitable Obscurity in Change

February 23, 2017

By Laurie Clarke, Chief Operating Officer The Tatham Group Learning how to change makes the “what needs to change” ambiguous. You will not know until you step into that uncertainty and make a genuine attempt to discover the root cause of why things are not working. Our friend Drew Harvey, a Strategic Planning Manager at Wells Fargo, […]

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The Cultural Transformations That Occur As You Experiment

February 13, 2017

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