The ‘Learn-by-Doing’ Philosophy

The ‘Learn-by-Doing’ Philosophy

The Learn-by-Doing Philosophy originated from American philosopher John Dewey and was further developed by several renowned organisations such as Toyota Motor Company and IBM.   It simply refers to a hands-on, problem-based approach to learning and is seen as an...
What does it mean to be a Lean Business?

What does it mean to be a Lean Business?

As a self-confessed Continuous Improvement geek, I’m always banging-on about Lean principles and sharing examples of Lean in action wherever I go. There are some awe inspiring organisations around the world that demonstrate the power of lean and raise the standards of...
Spotlight on Oge Zogie-Odigie

Spotlight on Oge Zogie-Odigie

This month marks the 2nd year work anniversary of Oge Zogie-Odigie. Her many talents, professional skills and positive personality make her a great asset to the CI Projects team.    In this interview, Oge reflects on  some of the lessons she has learned in her journey...
3 Essential Ingredients for Solving Problems

3 Essential Ingredients for Solving Problems

  It can feel daunting trying to tackle a large problem, it’s often difficult to know where to start. Procrastinating or avoiding the problem only results in the problem escalating, making it increasingly difficult to respond. Taking temporary short-cuts leads to...

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