Imagine a future at your organization without ethics or standards for principled behavior. What would that look like? Honesty, responsibility, integrity, follow through… might all go away. Ethics is not only relevant in businesses; it is essential to business success. Within the origins of capitalism resides a moral imperative to improve society and create human progress (Seidman, 2004), therefore the existence of an ethical workplace is paramount to the creation of a profitable business … [Read more...]
Problem Solving 101: Why Every Employee Should Think Like a Project Manager
There’s a saying in the military: “Don’t bring me a problem and expect me to solve it. If you are going to bring me a problem, bring a solution along with it.” It is logical for supervisors to want their employees to be able to solve problems and think for themselves, but not every employee has that ability - or the resources to do it. They could consult a co-worker. Or find another supervisor to confide in. But what if neither is able to help solve the problem? What if few people in an … [Read more...]
Look For Direction In Your Mission Statement
As organizations get bigger, and departmental silos get more and more pronounced, how can executives keep all the troops marching in the same direction? Your vision statement can be the key. On a daily basis, middle managers are challenged to connect the often mundane actions of the typical worker on the floor to the overall strategic direction of the organization as a whole.What binds the organization as a whole? What motivates team members across the organization to perform to a certain … [Read more...]
Welcome to Our New Website!
After successfully launching Capital Clearview Solutions this year, we knew that it was time to share it with the world. Our new website features a brand-new logo and lots of great content. Take a moment to check out our services and read about our capabilities. You'll see that there is more to CCS than consulting and advisory services. Shining a light on the possible. You’ll notice that we repeat that phrase a few places on the website. It also ties into our new logo, which represents safety, … [Read more...]