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GIST Planning for Innovation Projects

I’ve been facilitating a group of staff who have been challenged by their senior leadership team to complete some Innovation Projects as part of a current leadership development programme. The timescales are tight, the projects run over the Summer holiday period and the teams generally have more ideas than they can cope with in the … Continue reading

A quick guide to questionnaire design – measuring perceptions of projects

On many improvement projects, it’s necessary and useful to be able to measure the perceptions of stakeholders before and after the project.  Often, perceptions of what a project has achieved will be as important to understand as the objective benefits delivered. I wrote a Quick Guide to Questionnaire Design for a client assignment and am … Continue reading

Managing successful analytical and research projects – OR Society Training

Tomorrow, I’m running a 1-day workshop for the OR Society on project management skills for analytical and research projects. Virtually every piece of work done by analysts and researchers is a project or could benefit from applying project-thinking. This course is designed specifically for them and provides time for participants to apply the learning to their current … Continue reading

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