In my last article I discussed the difficulties of introducing agile at scale using 'out of the box' frameworks; that it is a misconception that these frameworks will solve your agile scaling problems.

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So are you trying to scale Agile? Join everyone else. And of course, vendors are queuing up to help you do it. Going for the SAFe Scaled Agile Framework? Or perhaps you’re implementing the Spotify Model or Large Scale Scrum (LeSS). There are plenty to choose from.

 

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You’re a consultant and find yourself on an overseas assignment. What could go wrong? Quite a bit! Here are my three simple suggestions to help make the assignment go a little better.

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Digital social networking is influencing all of us. With the increasing adoption of social networking into our personal lives we are now seeing a shift in the way in which collaboration tools are used within organisations. While previously the focus has been on file sharing there is now emerging a greater emphasis on networking – becoming known as Enterprise Social Networking.
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In our final part of this focus on Lean, we examine Lean Daily Management which has been described as the industrialisation of back office work, bringing approaches that are more usual in a factory to administrative tasks.

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In the last article we looked at transforming an organisation using Lean and Lean Six Sigma projects. But getting energy into the project can often be difficult. This is where Lean Blitzes come in.

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The principles and techniques that are described by Lean process improvement are undoubtedly powerful. The challenge lies in designing an implementation programme that will engage colleagues and deliver lasting benefits.

In this first of three articles, Jill looks at introducing Lean using a Lean Six Sigma project.

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Governance and change processes can often end up having the opposite affect to what was intended, stifling change, slowing projects down and increasing costs. But it always starts with the best intentions ...

There is no doubt that Solvency II is making a huge impact on the Insurance Market in terms of demand for specialist resources, system and data improvements and changes to capital requirements but just how well are the preparations for compliance progressing?

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Wisereach assisted a leading City corporation on a strategic governance initiative to identify changes required to meet future regulatory compliance. Utilising a structured approach and our in-depth industry knowledge we worked together with the client's own subject matter experts to identify and recommend a number of performance, compliance and knowledge management improvements to meet the requirements with minimal impact to their existing methodology.

Published in Insurance Sector
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