“My mantra is simplification, both internally and with the clients I am working with. That means always asking the questions, is this the simplest way of doing it? Is this an elegant way of doing it? Is this absolutely necessary, does it really add value? Is it freeing up time for people to add value doing the things that really matter, or is it just eating up your time? The most successful businesses have simplification ingrained in their DNA”
In these belt tightening times, exactly how can businesses keep growing? Management Today gathered a group of corporate leaders and asked what
Since last year the biggest challenge for the UK public sector has been to find ways of doing “more for less”. Now, however, we are starting to hear a lot more about “waste” – especially after the recent TV Chancellors’ Debate. Is this just a change of words, or is the distinction important?
Our big challenge is to reduce the public sector deficit as quickly as possible without putting the fragile recovery at risk.
In this context, perhaps a focus on waste is useful. It certainly makes people think about how much taxpayers’ money is spent on activity of little or no