Giving you a starter toolkit to understand what is really driving everyday complexity in your organisation. In 30 mins you’ll learn: The common mistakes people make when diagnosing everyday complexity
On Thursday 15th September, 19 Senior Leaders gathered for the first ever Stop. breakfast seminar. Mike Campbell, Executive Director, easyJet led a debate: “Why structural..
Here’s a simplicity idea for you. It requires no budget, can be done as part of your day job, doesn’t need a small army of well-heeled management consultants (… phew) and you might even have
The business world is increasingly talking about simplification. Research from the likes of Deloitte and The Economist suggest it is moving up the Executive agenda as organisations seek to reduce costs and
While many factors create complexity in the workplace, some of the hardest to face up to are the things we do to protect ourselves – and inadvertently make life difficult for us and those around us. The hardest complexity is created by us Like it or not, we all have fears, and while
Growth equals complexity As organisations grow revenues, headcount and related activity increase too. An organisation which grows headcount by 25% from 10,000 people in 2015 to 12,500 people in 2016 moves from having 18.5 million employee hours a year at its disposal to 23 million hours per year (assuming a 40 hour working week