Monthly Archives: March 2013

Group Problem Solving

Over a month ago on Facebook , I posted a story about the Miller’s Daughter.  It was a simple story about a girl determining her fate by pulling a pebble from a bag.  The solution was available but I also … Continue reading

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Employee Engagement and Brainstorming

Sorry we’re late on the blog this week but a personal unexpected problem came up. The blog has talked before about some of the simple exercises that have been posted on our Facebook page.  This week the blog is about … Continue reading

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Information Sharing and Employee Engagement

We recently worked with a group that has a troubled labor-management relationship. In spite of their difficult history, one thing became clear during our work with them – both sides care about the future of the organization. This fact provided … Continue reading

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Selecting Labor-Management Committee Members

If you have been reading the blog, we hope we have convinced you of the advantages of having an effective, problem solving Labor-Management Committee. The organization, union, and individual members benefit from cooperative teams. Customer service improves and grievances and … Continue reading

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Team Building/Employee Engagement 101

For the past four weeks we have posted puzzles, riddles and a simple change exercise on Facebook and Linkedin.  What do these have to do with labor-management cooperation or employee engagement or teambuilding or culture change? The first of the … Continue reading

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