Performance Improvement

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The world's least memorable acronym but a most important concept for delivering results: Do What You Say You Will Do… View
Breeding success—a failure how to

Breeding success—a failure how to

Ten suggestions for how we, as individuals and as organisations, can embrace failure and turn it into success. View
Nothing breeds success like failure

Nothing breeds success like failure

It is an inevitable and unavoidable truth that we will all, at one time or another, fail. But the less… View
The 10 rules of courtship before saying “I do” to software

The 10 rules of courtship before saying “I do” to software

Who knew that software selection is a lot like marriage? We share our ten rules of courtship to achieve the… View
The power of subtraction

The power of subtraction

To catalyse change, why not take away rather than add? Removing safety nets can feel dangerous but having the faith… View
Beyond complexity lies simplicity

Beyond complexity lies simplicity

A TED talk by Eric Berlow illustrates how embracing complexity can lead to simple answers—even in business. View
The (only) 5 ways to increase your profits

The (only) 5 ways to increase your profits

I went to the Barclays ‘Let’s Talk More Profit’ seminar in the latter half of last year and have been… View
‘Good to Great’ book review

‘Good to Great’ book review

I have just finished Good to Great by Jim Collins and I wanted to record my reflections about the book. However,… View
The power of conversion

The power of conversion

Whilst not a ‘cutting edge’ idea, the concept of conversion rates is an extremely powerful one. Your sales conversion rate… View
Learning: the excitement and the frustration

Learning: the excitement and the frustration

Learning is a key part of what I do. I'm learning and developing my own skill-set all the time. I… View
Holding the gain

Holding the gain

One of the key challenges in business improvement is “holding the gain”. Holding the gain means ensuring that, once improvements… View
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