Entries by Joseph Rosenberger

An OFFER to triage the 1st Amendment Peaceable Assembly Process – Travel Expenses Only – First 5 Requesting Jurisdictions

Long Post Notice THE OFFER: I offer my company’s Process Triaging Service to any Jurisdiction seeking to establish and sustain a best practice for hosting satisfying Constitutionally peaceable assemblies for all stakeholders in such events.  The fee for this facilitated triage service is reimbursement of travel related expenses (refundable coach-class air, Marriott Courtyard-class lodging, rental […]

Recommending a great EOS® Compatible App — Traxion.io

People like us are running on the Entrepreneurial Operation System — EOS®. Having watched my fellow business owners struggle with multiple spreadsheets and to-do lists, I have been looking into EOS® compatible apps, and am impressed with Traxion.io. I encourage you to check it out. The app includes the EOS 5 Foundational Tools and will […]

The Process Triage Origin Story

I love to hear and read company origin stories.  Founders enjoy telling them. I was asked to record Process Triage’s story so HERE (6:45) it is.  What surprised me was how much it energized me, now eight years into my company’s journey, after about 15 years of learning it at Sprint Corporation (hat tip Bob, Anita, Cloene, […]

The Latest Data on Our Triaging Workshop Satisfactions.

We’ve known for some time why executives sponsor our team triaging workshop, succinctly listed by EOS®  Implementer Jonathan Smith. The Core ‘Driveshaft’ Process is Unclear This process is too complex The process works inconsistently The process’s lack of clarity is creating chaos They need stakeholder buy-in and ownership to change it They are in a […]

The Ultimate Thank You Note…

One of Process Triage’s core values is Elevate Someone, Somehow.  Meaning, leave each person we interact with no worse for the moment, while seeking something to add to them and elevate their life.  One does not condescendingly assume everyone lacks something only we can remedy.  It simply means we actively, respectfully listen to them — […]

Another Seth Godin jewel…

I’ve been a fan of Seth Godin for a couple of years.  His daily blog maintains an exceptional quality.  I probably bookmark two or three a month. This morning’s blog was about process improvement, PT’s sweet spot. Doing what he suggests begins with our culture — study and fix processes first; the people improvements will […]

What’s Your Process’s Triage Profile?

Let’s begin this New Year with something fresh and clean and thoughtful and, maybe, kick-butt useful to our integrators and operations lovers. Introducing our Process Triage Profile.  A Process Triage Profile paints a picture of what your immediate process improvement focus should be, according to your team that triaged the process. Recall, a Process Point-of-Pain is any […]