It’s Not About the Chocolate

In his podcast, Akimbo, Seth Godin teaches us how to adopt a posture of possibility, change the culture, and choose to make a difference. Here are my takeaways from the episode. A question that society often wrestles with is “What is culture and how do we define it?” Back in the 1930’s, economist John Maynard […]

Updated Machine Learning Templates for Python and R

As I work on practicing and solving machine learning (ML) problems, I find myself repeating a set of steps and activities repeatedly. Thanks to Dr. Jason Brownlee’s suggestions on creating a machine learning template, I have pulled together a set of project templates that can be used to support regression ML problems using Python and […]

卓越

(從我的一個喜歡與尊敬的作家,賽斯 高汀) 如果你知道, 你可以通過顧客的眼睛看到這個世界, 你真的很在意… 你會怎麼做? 這是一個創造卓越的簡單測試。 那麼,如果我在Orbitz的電話線上呆等了五十六分鐘,那公司的總裁是否會知道?這是否是我們想看到的結果? 那位設計與運送投票機的工程師是否知道那機器已是可破解的? 那位水電工完成了這項工作,並將冷/熱控制置於相反的位置…他是否也足夠的在乎? 卓越可以削減了官僚主義,現狀,和藉口,並提出一個簡單的問題: 如果你知道會這樣,你會怎麼做?

Structure Plan, Part 2

In the book, Bare Bones Change Management: What you shouldn’t not do, Bob Lewis explained the seven must-have elements for any change management effort to have a chance of succeeding. Here are my takeaways from one of the topics discussed in the book. [https://smile.amazon.com/Bare-Bones-Change-Management-shouldnt-ebook/dp/B004UOH5XW/] A structure plan describes how the organization is put together to […]

Multi-Class Classification Model for Faulty Steel Plates Using R

Template Credit: Adapted from a template made available by Dr. Jason Brownlee of Machine Learning Mastery. Dataset Used: Faulty Steel Plates Dataset ML Model: Multi-Class classification with numerical attributes Dataset Reference: http://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/datasets/steel+plates+faults One potential source of performance benchmarks: https://www.kaggle.com/uciml/faulty-steel-plates INTRODUCTION: This dataset comes from research by Semeion, Research Center of Sciences of Communication. The original […]

失誤後

(從我的一個喜歡與尊敬的作家,賽斯 高汀) 大多數客戶關係不會因為出現小問題而失去。你最好的客戶知道錯誤有時會發生。 接下來發生的情節有可能會扼殺這種關係。 我們如何從錯過中恢復過來,那才是關鍵所在。如果您是毫不掩飾的,積極參與並致力於讓事情變得更好,那麼就可以建立一個持久的合作夥伴關係。這不僅僅是為了客戶,也是為了所有與我們合作並且依賴的人。 很多時候,我們非常關注能不失誤,或者在我們達不到的時候會充滿羞愧和責備,因為我們不能分配足夠的情緒勞動來做最重要的一部分 – 那就使事情處理的正確。失誤後,不是只靠著退款或是一籃水果的禮物,而是通過真正看到了對方,了解發生了什麼,並努力往前進。

Permission and Trust, Part 2

In the podcast series, Seth Godin’s Startup School, Seth Godin gave a guided tour to a group of highly-motivated early-stage entrepreneurs on some of the questions they will have to dig deep and ask themselves while they build up their business. Here are my takeaways from various topics discussed in the podcast episodes. A blog […]

Permission, SEO, and Blogs

In his podcast, Akimbo, Seth Godin teaches us how to adopt a posture of possibility, change the culture, and choose to make a difference. Here are my takeaways from the episode. Anticipated, personal, and relevant messages are more likely to resonate with people than spam, day by day and week by week. The goal is […]