Continuous Improvement

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Control Charts: use and benefits. Presentation to the OR Society Criminal Justice SIG 2017

Here’s my presentation to the ORS CJ SIG (23/2/17) on the use and benefits of Control Charts in the Criminal Justice Sector. SPC Charts were key tools for me early in my career when I was working in manufacturing but they are equally applicable in a service sector environment. If you have time series data … Continue reading

“Simply, improvement…” – my May 2016 Newsletter is out today

View my May 2016 Newsletter online, here. This month: Time to put an end to Change Programmes Trigger questions for creativity and innovation One size does not fit all when running projects Leadership for Project Management   I write an e-Newsletter which goes out monthly (except August) and is another way to keep in touch … Continue reading

Project Management and Change Management: necessary, but not sufficient

I’ve had a number of conversations recently about the relationship between Project Management and Change Management. Generally, these have focused on the need for Project Managers to be more aware of the importance of Change Management to facilitate the transition from projects to business as usual. This may require PMs to develop CM skills or, … Continue reading

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