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April 4, 2011: Tune In or Tune Out?

The conniption of change often blocks us from acknowledging the problems that need to be dealt with in our businesses.  A multitude of forces can conspire to keep our attention on the day-to-day, on keeping things the same when the business is crying for improvement and help.  These forces can create the delusion that keeping things the same is a safe way to operate in these economic times. We can ever so subtly tune out the things we know in our gut are wrong with our customer relationships, our department, or between two employees.  We’d rather tune out than confront the situations for a variety of reasons.  Sometimes we don’t know how to resolve or improve the situation.  Sometimes we think we are too busy getting the day-to-day work done to deal with other “unplanned”… »