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Ian J Seath

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Lead and Lag Indicators. What they are and what they mean for Third Sector organisations.

One of the interesting conversations I had at the recent Data4Good Conference was on performance management. We were discussing the need for a set of performance indicators that a charity could use to get early warnings of performance issues as well as being able to track outcomes and impacts. One of the participants said she … Continue reading

Pro Bono OR at the first Data4Good Conference

I facilitated a workshop session on behalf of the OR Society’s Pro Bono project during the Data4Good Conference on 14th November. We were joined by the Royal Statistical Society who also have a pro bono scheme: Statisticians for Society. Our workshop slides are here: Data4Good Conference 2018 Pro Bono OR and Statistics from Improvement Skills … Continue reading

Project Management one-liners that resonate outside the UK

I’ve been running Project Management workshops this week for a client whose headquarters is in France. They brought together people from France, Italy, Germany and the Benelux. It’s always interesting and challenging working out how colloquialisms I use in UK PM training work with non-UK audiences. Here are a few that seemed to translate and … Continue reading

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