Conscious Human Intention in the Workplace

Conscious Human Intention in the Workplace

By Michael Hart

In late 2014, I completed an academic study in conjunction with a business masters degree through the University of Leicester in the UK. The title of the thesis was “Conscious Human Intention in the Workplace” and it focused on the theories surrounding our abilities as humans to energetically influence the world around us, including how it might relate to process improvements in organizations.

As a part of the study, Canadian employees across Canada were asked to take a survey about the experiences they had involving their last workplace improvement initiative. The invitation was sent to project managers, quality professionals, LEAN and Six Sigma practitioners, and Change Management professionals through member associations and other organizations within those communities of practice.

Thank you to all who participated. 

The presentation given to the American Society for Quality (ASQ) Ottawa Chapter and the Ottawa Creative Thinking Group.

Interested to read more? You can connect to a pdf file abbreviation of the study.

About the author:
Michael Hart
Licensed Associate, Excellence Canada

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