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OpenStrategies’ PRUB-thinking Workshops

You and/or your colleagues may be interested in the courses detailed below and attached.
We’ve discovered that the nugget of gold within the OpenStrategy system is its core PRUB thinking framework which can be applied at all levels within an organsation.  In particular, the PRUB-diagnostic approach to evaluating existing and planned activities is a succinct way of identifying savings – i.e. by finding those Projects that are producing Orphan Results and/or those where there is insufficient evidence that the Results will be used.  

OpenStrategies' PRUB Thinking

OpenStrategies' PRUB Thinking

In this respect, PRUB-diagnostic thinking can be applied to saving money at every level in an organisation from investing in major capital works down to daily operational savings. 
A recent course in Cardiff was over-subscribed and participants said they’d enthusiastically encourage their colleagues to come to the next course.  One group of participants said they want to introduce PRUB strategic thinking to at least 20 people in their council and another group is considering going ahead with an OpenStrategy.  
PRUB strategic thinking really does make a difference!
Download the information from the links below if you’d like to attend one of these courses.

London, 9.30am – 4pm on the 23rd and 24th September 2009
Bedford, 9.30am – 4pm on the 29th and 30th September 2009
Cardiff, 9.30am – 4pm on the 5th and 6th October 2009

PRUB Overview

Brochure – Sept-Oct 2009

Registration and Booking Form



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