Tag Archives: Human Behavior

The Corporate Fear Factor

Authored By: Mikel J. Harry, Ph.D. One thing is for sure, we have all experienced fear at one time or another.  We intimately understand that fear can be a powerful force in determining the choices we make.  Generally speaking, we … Continue reading

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Six Sigma and Applied Behavior Analysis

Often referred to as a business management system, “Six Sigma” is constituted by a hierarchical cadre of highly trained improvement specialists commonly referred to as Black Belts, Green Belts and so on.  These specialists plan and execute improvement projects that … Continue reading

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