David Schwinn sees that personal transformation is fundamental to transformation in organizations, with authenticity critical to this transformation.
David Schwinn shares examples of solid leadership with purpose, passion, and performance—qualities to be developed in everyday work life.
David Schwinn ruminates this month about the impact of various historical approaches to systems thinking, and the ways that a robust set of perspectives lead to process and system improvement.
David Schwinn learns about what others may bring to their interactions. Trying to understand these situations improves our communication, as well as our Six Sigma efforts.
This month’s column offers lists of those skills, knowledge, abilities, and attitudes that David Schwinn recommends for Six Sigma professionals.
David Schwinn addresses the ways in which employees cover up aspects of their lives in order to get ahead in the workplace, and assesses the damage that ensues from this practice.
Beginning a new year, David reflects on light, learning, wisdom, and what we bring to the workplace.
David Schwinn mulls over issues related to giving and getting directions in the workplace. The way in which one is directed by supervisors contributes to workplace satisfaction, and affects Six Sigma efforts as well.
David Schwinn reminds us of the possibilities for recognition of our unity and its implications for collaboration.
Loving what you do, or doing what you love? David Schwinn loves to talk about work.