Lean on me – Lean Higher Education Conference 2019

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Hello Mark, I hear that you were over at the University of Michigan recently. Why were you there? I was there to attend the Lean Higher Education Conference 2019 from 6th to 8th November, the theme of which this year was ‘Lean Forward: Connect. Inspire. Advance.’ So much going on there, but happily there was …

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Kolb’s Experiential Learning Cycle

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Pursuing continuous improvement goes hand in hand with lots of changes in an organisation. Although beneficial long-term, these changes often create the need for staff training which can give rise to its own set of problems. How do you make sure the training is effective and benefits everyone? Understanding how people learn can be valuable when …

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Has GDPR made your business more Lean?

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The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years. Its introduction has fundamentally reshaped how data is handled across every sector. We all know that change is scary, especially when it’s something as big as the GDPR (with severe consequences for getting it wrong). Although becoming …

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The Problem-solving Power of Fishbone Diagrams

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Hello readers, Today we are discussing Ishikawa diagrams, or in the spirit of the end of the Scottish salmon season later this month, Fishbone diagrams. Although I emphasise that no fish were harmed in the making of this blog. Sometimes, when trying to work out the cause of a problem, we can’t see the wood …

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The best Lean Apps of 2019!

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Hello everyone!  Way back in 2017 we posted a blog about some apps that the SALC team use every day to be more Lean (you can check out the original blog here). We all know that things move quickly in the world of technology, so    it’s about time we dust off the cobwebs and …

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