The social housing sector in the UK continues to operate in challenging times – the combination of a continued shortage of housing, reduction in grants from government and ageing asset stocks means that there needs to be a consistent drive
Typically, if we can improve the quality of data, then we will have better information to support decision making. Better decisions will lead to better outcomes/results and will in turn be likely to have better quality data arising from them.
During my life in the corporate world, like most people, I spent alot of time in meetings. Often these achieved little and seemed to be devices to fill up the days of managers who wanted to feel important. Once I
I just spotted an interesting article in Computer Weekly “High touch is just as important as high tech“. The article paints an objective picture about how human interactions have been changed by technology. From a data perspective there is an
This is the third and final part of a three part blog post providing guidance on how to create and deliver an effective presentation. Part 1 provided guidance on how to develop your content. Part 2 gave tips on how
This is the second part of a three part blog post providing guidance on how to deliver a good presentation. Part 1 explained how to develop your content. This part focuses on the actual delivery of the presentation.
I’ve just spent a few days away at a conference where there was a huge variety of presentation styles and effectiveness of presentations, some good and some much less so. This has prompted me to write this three part post
I’ve come across a few examples recently where people either have, or have nearly, re-invented something that already existed in an organisation. This can be termed “re-inventing the wheel”. Clearly, such activities would be a waste of resources, but what
Our popular series of blog posts describing the different behaviours to be found in The Data Zoo and how they impact data quality has now been updated, enhanced and published as a White Paper. This White Paper is also available in
With the British General Election having produced a hung parliament our political leaders are in the unusual position of having to try and strike a deal to form a government. As most facilitators will tell you, getting a disparate group