Category Archives: cost cutting

Are Interim Managers too expensive?

Having been an Interim Manager for more than 10 years, I have worked in many organisations on a  daily rate basis. Sometimes, I am regarded as an expensive resource. With senior stakeholders, it has often been helpful to highlight that … Continue reading

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Reducing costs without killing business

How do we decide what costs we should cut when making efficiency savings in our businesses? There are many ways to do this, but here is a method that you can use with staff, in a workshop environment. How to … Continue reading

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Do you need Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing is a term that still means very little to most non techie’s. You may also hear staff saying that your business needs Citrix, (one of the most common enablers). So what is this all about? The compelling advantages … Continue reading

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What takes 1500 Lifetimes?

What takes 1500 Lifetimes? In a working world where we can create and save terabytes of data every day, we need a way to decide what data we should keep. The dangers of keeping too much stuff is documented elsewhere, … Continue reading

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