Working from Home – SWOT Analysis

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Hello readers,   Welcome to our fourth Working from Home blog post! This week, we are focusing on a simple but incredibly useful lean tool, SWOT analysis.   Many of you may have heard of, our even used, SWOT analysis before. It is a great tool to get you thinking about the strengths and weaknesses …

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Working from Home – The Wall of (No) Excuses

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Hello readers, We’re back with the third blog in our Working from Home series! From personal experience, we know it can be challenging to stay motivated when working from home. There are so many distractions, and it can seem like the tasks you managed to do in the office are now impossible… That is where …

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Working from Home – Staying Organised with the 5S Approach

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As many of us adjust to working from home, we’re looking for ways to make the transition a little easier. To help, we’ll be regularly sharing information about different lean tools and techniques that you can implement at home.     First up, we’re going to discuss the 5S Approach to organising your workplace and …

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Working from Home – Making the Transition

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Amid the increasingly concerning COVID-19 outbreak, universities and businesses are setting about making the transition to home working for the foreseeable; an eventuality the University of St Andrews has been preparing for behind the scenes since January and one which was officially adopted last week. Working from home (WFH) is undoubtedly easier for some than …

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Lean in Law

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Hello Readers, I’ve been working with law firms in the UK recently and was asked ‘What’s the difference between working with a law firm and working with a university?’. On the face of it, this is an interesting question as you would expect there to be many differences. Why is this? Well, for one, law …

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