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With any initiative that is offered for consideration, within a business, for inclusion within a program of work it is very easy to oversell the benefits that it can deliver and the ‘ease by which it may be accomplished. Often, … Continue reading
All businesses have a degree of complexity inherent within them that needs to be managed. Business activities that are undertaken and the systems used to support them have multi-facetted interdependencies that may results in, even with a single change, cascading … Continue reading
It would be naive to expect that when running a business that decisions would not need to be made. Situations are constantly arising that will require a response. To be able to reliably respond, appropriately and with some degree of … Continue reading
Having access to a searchable and actively maintained knowledge repository provides businesses with a valuable tool when exploring possible initiatives. The ability to rapidly define both the scope of an initiative and its range assists in the tasks of prioritisation, … Continue reading