The Surprising and Useful Intersection of Kata and Bloom's Taxonomy
The Surprising and Useful Intersection of Kata and Bloom's Taxonomy
January 6, 2021

Helping Our Puppy to "Bloom" I remember very well the conversation with my wife…”Let’s get a new dog!”  “Dogs are a lot ...

Converging the Paths of Improvement and Excellence
Converging the Paths of Improvement and Excellence
September 26, 2020

By Lisa Beckwith, Value Capture Principal, Certified Facilitator of the Shingo Institute It’s a large understatement to ...

More About the Shingo Model
More About the Shingo Model
September 17, 2020

All leaders pursue success for the organizations they lead. Precious resources are committed to improvement projects and...

Value Capture on YouTube
Value Capture on YouTube
September 2, 2020

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Clinicians, Specialty Fault Lines, and Habitual Excellence
Clinicians, Specialty Fault Lines, and Habitual Excellence
August 24, 2020

The first time I learned what the various medical specialties think of each other when they are not at their most genero...

It's Everyone's Job to Demonstrate What Excellence Looks Like
It's Everyone's Job to Demonstrate What Excellence Looks Like
July 29, 2020

In 2009, Paul O'Neill gave a speech to the Tennessee Hospital Association, titled, "The Irreducible Components of Leader...

Don’t Let your Knowledge Threshold Hold You Back
Don’t Let your Knowledge Threshold Hold You Back
June 17, 2020

“Knowledge Threshold” - The point at which one has no facts or data; the limit of what we currently know. By Bill Boyd, ...

What Can Leaders Learn? What Can Leaders Do?
What Can Leaders Learn? What Can Leaders Do?
April 29, 2020

Health Care Wasn’t Safe For Patients or Caregivers Before COVID-19 For years before COVID-19, our industry accounted for...