Systems Thinking

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The construction project process is broken, but it can be fixed

This week, I attended a breakfast briefing by my colleague Ali Mafi, a colleague who has 35 years’ experience in the construction sector and with whom I have worked to help clients improve the way they run their projects. He shared the results of his data collection from many projects: 80% of projects run late … Continue reading

“Simply, improvement…” – April 2017 Newsletter is out today

View a copy online. This month: 50 ways to communicate your Change Programme Critical Success Factors are not your Project’s Objectives Systems Thinking in the Third Sector 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 … Continue reading

Applications of Systems Thinking in the Third Sector

On Friday, I attended a half-day event run by the OR Society as it was an opportunity to hear from people who are using systems approaches to address community and social issues and to discuss the potential and the challenges of such approaches. Systems thinking is a powerful way of understanding the world, and accordingly, systems approaches … Continue reading

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