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The 4 Ds of Digital Transformation

I’ve written previously about some of the work I’ve been doing in the Third Sector with my colleagues at Sho-Net where we are helping charities consider how best to benefit from digital transformation. We talk about the three main drivers: Improving services for beneficiaries Improving fundraising effectiveness Reducing back-office costs (efficiency improvement) We also talk … Continue reading

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

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