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Ian J Seath

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

Managing Projects in a VUCA world

I’ve written previously about the models developed by Turner and Cochrane, Dombkins and Obeng which classify 4 types of project  depending on how much you know about what a project is trying to achieve and the extent to which you know how to go about the project. Eddie Obeng’s categories of Fog, Quest, Movie-making and … Continue reading

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning – services for Third Sector organisations

Based on my experience of working with partners Clyde Williams and Robin Brady over the past year, we’ve put together a summary presentation of our thinking on Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL). It’s a model that describes the landscape for MEL as well as some of the tools and techniques we help our clients to … Continue reading

“Leading Together” – Haringey Council’s Leadership Programme for middle managers – video

I was one of the facilitators on Haringey Council’s “Leading Together” programme which ran last Summer. I ran a couple of modules on Demand Management which is a hot topic in many local authorities (and elsewhere) where they are often challenged as a result of funding cuts. The workshops included processes and tools for identifying … Continue reading

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