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Why 2019 is the year to get serious about process

Its time to get your continuous improvement processes fit for the future - 2020 Process Vision Improvement Methodologies Continuous improvement (* or substitute any of these Process Improvement, Lean, Lean Startup, Kata, Kanban, Kaizen, Design Thinking, Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma, Agile, Quality Improvement, Business Improvement, 2020 Process Vision etc) methodologies have

DL100 and Citizen Improvers

DL100 Nominations and Citizen Improvers Last week was another great week for us between reviewing processes for another DL100 nominee in Devon County Council and presenting a session on supply chains and the beer game for SW Peer Group of Localgovdigital we ended the week with fantastic news that we had been

Reasons to be cheerful 2018 – 2 weeknotes

Reasons to be cheerful 2018 - 2 weeknotes For once I am going to attempt to do a brief blog post! 2018 has been an amazingly busy and exciting time for us and we are seeing great growth and new customers as well as some spectacular events/discussions/learning. In the last couple of weeks

2017 Review and 2018 forward glance

2017 was a great year and 2018 will be even better! Highlights of 2017 for me have been the following: New members of the Engage Process UK user community Some great workshops and strategic support sessions Engage Process User Group Lots of great events, presentations and conversations Different sectors and processes proving the

GovCamp Cymru 2017

GovCamp Cymru 2017 For once an event was timed well with meetings. Two meetings on the Friday with some clients looking at interesting projects all within 30 minutes of the event venue. This was my first visit to GovCamp Cymru and the first time we have sponsored the event. The meetings went really

Reflections on LocalGovCamp 17 in Bristol

Localgovcamp 2017 Bristol - Why should we map our processes? Localgovcamp 2017 was back and in Bristol for the first time. It's great to revisit Bristol and to see lots of old friends from my work there. Credit to Bristol City Council the work done on City Hall has made an already impressive