March 5, 2019 Stewart Marshall


All too often, businesses seem to be looking for a panacea, that one IT solution or system, the next big thing, that will change their fortunes.

But what if they were to take a more measured approach?

What if they adopted a 1% improvement policy?

If one can die by 1000 cuts, it must be possible to succeed by making a 1000 tiny improvements.

So if you were to look at every facet of your IT and make a small change to a process, or UI, or data, or whatever you could think of, how much of a difference could you actually make?

This is Toyota’s Kaizen approach and the same one Sir David Brailsford used to transform British cycling.

And if it works for them, it can work for you.

Here’s my latest video for SmallVille.

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