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Ways to minimize the risk of system downtime

Computer system downtime is, unfortunately, an issue that plagues every organization, in every industry, at some point.

The results of a number of recent surveys show that almost 90 percent of business organizations have experienced some kind of system downtime at some time.

Lean and the real customer – part two

Unleash and Engage Ltd’s Mark Gregory presents part two of his theories on where lean and customer service must learn to interact.

Lean and the real customer – part one

Unleash and Engage Ltd’s Mark Gregory grabs a latte, probably has his name spelled incorrectly, and presents his thoughts on the perfect customer service.

Why modular classrooms make great sense for schools

A modular classroom is a kind of 'temporary' structure set up on the premises of a school that is used in the same way as

It allows schools to expand their indoor teaching space without having to invest in permanent construction.

Security essentials: protecting your high risk business

Security is always an important consideration for businesses and as a business owner or manager you can’t afford to take the risk that stock and

As a result, the vast majority of businesses have standard security procedures in place, including alarm systems and CCTV cameras.

Top 10 tips for achieving award-winning results and world-class success

Andy Marsh, managing director of Suiko, shares his Top 10 tips for achieving award-winning results and world-class success.

Andy Marsh, managing director of Suiko, shares his Top 10 tips for achieving award-winning results and world-class success.

Strategy for lean supply chains

Andrew Hemmings, of Tier Link Limited beings us the second part of his ideas on the most effective way to undertake a lean supply chain.

Andrew Hemmings, of Tier Link Limited brings us the second part of his ideas on the most effective way to undertake a lean supply chain.

Common mistakes in lean management

Thomas Bertels, managing partner of Valeocon Management Consulting, and Rizwan Khan, vice president of continuous improvement at Lincoln Financial Group, write about those niggling errors

Thomas Bertels, managing partner of Valeocon Management Consulting, and Rizwan Khan, vice president of continuous improvement at Lincoln Financial Group, write about those niggling errors all businesses make that can seriously harm the bottom line and lead a successful lean implementation to fail.