Monthly Archives: March 2013

Don’t put more through an incapable system

I spent just 2 and a half hours with a client today – they have a turnover of around £2.4m per annum. In our time together we identified £930k of waste per annum. Well, they did, using my simple process. … Continue reading

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The cavalry ain’t comin’

I was chatting to a client this morning and we concluded that the economy was likely to be as it is for a while yet and we’d probably better get used to that. All too often, I hear people bemoaning … Continue reading

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Time to think

Most of my client’s businesses are doing pretty well, especially in the light of the prevailing economic conditions. One of the reasons for this, in my view at least, is that they periodically step away from their daily rituals and … Continue reading

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