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Ian J Seath

Ian J Seath has written 758 posts for Simply, improvement…

Business Continuity made simple

My colleague John Eary wrote about the challenges of developing an effective approach to business continuity following a few well-publicised incidents and it’s becoming topical once again with the uncertainty surrounding Brexit. I previously worked with Nimbus Partners on developing an approach to implementing Business Continuity approaches using their Control process management software. These days, I use elements … Continue reading

“Simply, improvement…” – my March 2019 Newsletter is out today

View the Newsletter online here. I write an e-Newsletter which goes out monthly (except August) and is another way to keep in touch with topics of relevance to Continuous Improvement.  Sometimes it’s a round-up of what I’ve been writing on this Blog in the previous month; sometimes it’s a new article.  If I’m running public … Continue reading

Making sense of data – a workshop for charities

Today, I ran a workshop on behalf of the Coalition for Efficiency who run the “Measuring the Good” pro bono initiative. There’s so much talk these days about “Big Data” but my session was more oriented towards “Small Data” and some tips and tricks for presenting data and getting useful insights. My workshop slides are … Continue reading

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