Elisabeth Goodman’s blog: a summary, some statistics, and a hiatus whilst I focus on some publications on Lean, Process Improvement and Team Effectiveness


WordPress has some fascinating tools for monitoring the level of readership of blog postings.  Here are the statistics (as of 30th Nov 2009) on all my blogs since I started posting them in July 2009

Title Views
Knowledge assets have been walking out o 232
Deep Visuals Ltd – how Kodak’s knowledge 194
There’s more to decision making than mee 76
URS – a case study of an organisation th 76
Why conventional knowledge management, p 73
Creativity and problem solving – applica 61
Personal reflections on living through c 53
(A consultant’s) Life is like a game of 33
(Project) leaders empower, (project) man 32
We are still in the knowledge age: are w 27
Powerful quotes for strong performing (e 24
Using surveys and other approaches for d 24
Taking control of your working life as a 22
About 14
Is the key to empowerment to adopt a sel 13
Look for what your customers want… 12
Social networking tools, empowerment and 11
Aptitude, Attitude, Plenitude and Servit 10

It’s also fascinating to monitor what happens over time, as new blogs are posted, reference is made to earlier ones, links are made from my accounts on Twitter and LinkedIn, or from others’s blog rolls.  Lots of interesting insights from the perspective of marketing strategies, and the use of social media.

I am going to have a brief hiatus in my blog postings as I focus on a number of other publications: articles, a section in a book, a book, a conference paper – relating to Lean, Process Improvement and Team Effectiveness.

Any interested readers are very welcome to follow my updates on these via my accounts Twitter (ecgoodman) and LinkedIn (www.linkedin/in/elisabethgoodman).

More blogs will follow in due course on the topics relating to RiverRhee Consulting’s 4 main areas of expertise for enhancing team effectiveness for improved productivity and team morale:

  1. Focusing on your customers
  2. Simplifying and streamlining what you do
  3. Optimising information and knowledge assets
  4. Ensuring successful business change

Follow the links for more information about RiverRhee Consulting, and about principal consultant,Elisabeth Goodman.

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2 responses to “Elisabeth Goodman’s blog: a summary, some statistics, and a hiatus whilst I focus on some publications on Lean, Process Improvement and Team Effectiveness

  1. Interesting statistics Elisabeth – come back soon 🙂

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