What is Kanban? How do you use Kanban as programme and project management tool? How can you use Kanban effectively in practice? Putting Kanban into practice as a project management tool in the public sector to drive service delivery
What is Kanban? How can I use Kanban Boards to monitor projects and product development and delivery? Kanban is a visual and flexible project and programme/program management tool that can be adapted to support any project and product development system.
When is the right time to leave the job you know you’re good at? Faking it – Saying yes and learning later.
Ever have to fire someone before? Wondering what is the best way to fire someone? My own experiences of hiring the wrong person for a job and having to fire them at short notice. Learn from my mistakes to do it better yourself.
How do we learn from our mistakes to come back stronger? This is especially important for the entrepreneur, who takes risks and faces setbacks. The ones who learn from their mistakes are the ones most likely to succeed.
Reflecting on past events is an essential link between past action and more effective future action. The harder the decisions we make, the more difficult the process of reflecting becomes. We’ve all encountered people who appear to stumble along, oblivious to the lessons of the past, continuously making the same mistakes, repeating them again and again. This is a good example of those who fail to learn.
We delivered our ‘elevator pitch’ of a single page PowerPoint poster and a 5 minute briefing to the course tutor and it all appears to be going according to plan. Reflection on the elevator pitch How did it go? We delivered our pitch one late Wednesday evening. Everything went well and nearly the whole team…
Free business plan templates, reviewed and rated – free to download and use. Ever wondered what should go into a business plan? How a business plan should be structured? Using the Blundel and Lockett Opportunity Business Model #MBA
Academic theory behind setting up a new venute business and applying entrepreneurial theory in practice. Creativity and Opportunity Theory, Porter’s Four Forces of Entrepreneurial Opportunity
Ever had to deal with a difficult employee? Have to have a difficult conversation with a difficult employee? How do you have a ‘courageous conversation’ with a difficult member of staff and get your point across successfully? Step-by-step guidance for any manager to conduct a courageous conversations and deal with a difficult employee
Assessing the strategic industrial environment through Porter’s Five Forces assessment of the macro-environment and PESTLE. Porter’s 5 Forces: Competition, Consumers, Suppliers, New Entrants, Potential substitute products. PESTLE: Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal and Environmental