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Communicating Knowledge

By Kathi Irvine on October 3rd, 2016

Knowledge transfer is a contact sport, and in your organization the players could be mentors and mentees Organizational knowledge is critical to an organization’s long-term success. And mentoring is a great way to make sure all that knowledge is communicated as needed. Here’s a quick outline for getting it done: First, set measurable business initiatives […]

Kathy Miller Perkins Publications

By Kathy Miller on September 15th, 2016

Kathy’s recently published works include: Miller Perkins, Kathleen & Meredith Lepley. (2016) Study of Sustainability Professionals. White Paper Distributed through ISSP. Miller Perkins, Kathleen & George Serafeim. (2015) “Chief Sustainability Officers: Who Are They and What Do They Do?” in Rebecca Henderson, Ranjay Gulatik and Michael Tushman (eds), Leading Sustainable Change: An Organizational Perspective. Oxford: […]

Team-based Project Management

By Miller Consultants on December 7th, 2015

How to Work Collaboratively and Communicate Effectively  Full Day Classroom Learning for All Employees Most projects in a high performance organization are carried out by teams.  And often the team members represent several functions. While managing projects in these cross-functional teams is exciting and interesting, the challenges can be daunting and exhausting.  Furthermore, the project […]

Personal Side of Change

By Miller Consultants on December 7th, 2015

How You Can Manage Change Effectively for Yourself  Half-Day Class-room Learning for All Employees Change can be exciting as well as stressful!  And of course it is inevitable and ongoing in the workplace today.  However, individuals do not have to feel like victims of change.  By learning how to deal with change effectively, all of […]

35th Anniversary Giveaway!

By Miller Consultants on September 1st, 2015

  Our anniversary is over!  Visit us again next September for more free tools and materials.      

Flexibility: Culture Matters More Than Policy

By Meredith Lepley on April 16th, 2015

A friend of mine started a new job recently and negotiated the amount and type of flexibility she’d receive, even requesting that it be written into her employment contract. According to 1 Million for Work Flexibility, she’s not alone. More and more job candidates perceive flexibility as currency and are negotiating for it in the […]

The Power of Employee Engagement Surveys

By Meredith Lepley on March 6th, 2015

According to World at Work, a recent study finds that a whopping 43% of Millennials plan to actively look for a new job in 2015. Nearly half of Millennials are not fully engaged with their current organizations because their personal values do not line up with those of their organization. How about the Millennials at […]

Let’s Talk Turkey!

By Kathy Miller on December 2nd, 2014

“To discuss a problem in a serious way with an intent to solve it .”  Cambridge Idioms Dictionary, 2nd Edition. Yes I know that Thanksgiving in the USA has come and gone and that we aren’t talking about turkeys anymore – well at least not until Christmas. However, it is never too late to “talk […]

Toolkits for Trainers – Overview

By Kathy Miller on September 29th, 2014

_Trainer Resources_High Performance Section One_  This section contains basic tools such as tools for helping with training needs assessments and contracting with internal and external clients. The overview includes a table of contents for section one of the tool kit and an overview of each tool. Trainers Resources Section Two  This section contains tools such as tools for […]

Tools for Developing a Communications Plan for an Organizational Initiative

By Kathy Miller on September 1st, 2014

This is the first of our “free tools” that we will offer during the month of September in honor of our 34th anniversary in business!  The tools that can be downloaded here are part of a series of toolkits available on Please download and use this free set today.  We value all of our clients […]