Tag Archives: efficiency

Taking Control of the Facts

Getting to the bottom of things is reaching that point where everything adds up and makes sense. When that’s not happening, you’ve not got to the bottom of things, so keep going. Continue reading

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What’s the Remedy for Inefficiency?

In 2014 the NHS was allocated a budget of £95.6 billion. By any standards that is an eye watering sum. I can’t help thinking that SHOULD be enough. If we imagine for a moment that the UK had no NHS and decided to establish one tomorrow, and its budget was to be £95 billion – would anybody in their right mind design it to look like the one that has evolved? I very much doubt it Continue reading

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Quality and efficiency

This article explains the term efficiency and describes exactly why it is part of every quality professionals remit Continue reading

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Pressure for Change

Too many people jump straight into the “hows” of improvement before they understand the “why” and the “what’s in it for me”. Failure is a result. SURPRISE! Continue reading

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A crash course in efficiency

Efficiency obeys its own secret rules. Find out what they are in this post Continue reading

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