Blog

Manage What You Measure

Manage What You Measure

They say that data is the new gold, but data without purpose is like a car without a steering wheel. So what is the new gold? We are all familiar with data in all its forms, from the highest level of classification - qualitative and quantitative; to binary and...

Remote Working: Are We Keeping Up?

Remote Working: Are We Keeping Up?

If you live in London, and even if you don't, you're probably aware of the Extinction Rebellion protests that took place last month. Concerns about the environment, and the impact we humans are having on it, our ability to sustain our lifestyles as we munch our way...

5 Reasons Your Problems Keep Recurring

5 Reasons Your Problems Keep Recurring

It feels like Spring is here and the long winter seems as though it may be behind us. Time to get stuck into a productive flow. The problems of yesteryear are behind us, but are they really? We are often asked to support organisations that have been through a few...

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

It’s January and the air is charged with new hopes and ambitions and people are driven now more than ever to make important personal or professional decisions. It feels like we have a blank page on which to write our own narrative for the year. So, what will you...

Brave New Voice

Brave New Voice

It’s that time of the year again in the world of business; the excitement of the festive season mingles with a sense of energy and anticipation about what the next year might bring for us. But before we face forward, we’d like to look back over 2018 and an exciting...

Lean Six Sigma and the Genius of Steve Jobs

Lean Six Sigma and the Genius of Steve Jobs

Love him or hate him, as many do, it is hard to deny the impact Steve Jobs had on the Apple customer experience for millions of people worldwide. His biographer Walter Isaacson described his tenure as a saga of ‘entrepreneurial creation myth writ large,’ and his...

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This