Improving team members are self-motivated and diligent. They are constantly thinking about the next steps and opportunities, finding ways to improve the process and themselves. They persistently seek constructive feedback and are willing to help others with improvements of their own.
Team members that actively live out servanthood have the desire to first, before themselves, help and benefit others. They consider how their decisions and actions will a affect their peers and choose selflessness over selfishness. They actively seek ways to set their peers up for success.
Humble team members are quick to point out the contributions of others and slow to seek attention for their own. They share credit, emphasize team over self and define success collectively rather than individually. They are willing to do the less desirable for the benefit of others.
Revive IT embraces a LEAN culture and promotes the elimination of waste in everything we do. While LEAN thinking is typically found in a manufacturing environment, we have found LEAN thinking equally as beneficial in our own business model and processes.
The purpose of Lean is to eliminate waste through continuous improvement. In order to do that, we need to understand that waste is anything that does not add value to our partners. Once we have established what waste is we need to know what to look for. There are 8 deadly wastes that we continuously try to eliminate…