Accelerating Change Programmes

Seeking the approaches that enable faster change in the complex world of health and social care

Tag Archives: agile

Healthcare needs more Scrum Masters

Scrum Masters are a role born out of a need to cope with complexity, thus the role  matches the capabilities that many in healthcare describe and then assign to the  … Continue reading

20/07/2017 · Leave a comment

Create Pace, Sweat the Small Stuff

Seems that small really is beautiful, small wins that is. The impact of small wins in change initiatives seems intuitive and evidence suggests it’s positive, but in the past, I … Continue reading

19/03/2017 · 1 Comment

The Delay Eliminator (Sprint Story 1)

Ever been in need of a method that eliminates significant delay in your projects, if so, this is the story of my first ever sprint, which did exactly that. This … Continue reading

04/04/2016 · Leave a comment

Sprints; an approach to accelerate change

Genuine change in health and social care is complex, unpredictable, time consuming and very difficult to achieve. As outlined in a previous post on Sprinting, sprints are an approach  that … Continue reading

10/01/2016 · 2 Comments

The key concepts of successful Sprinting

We all need to speed up change. Generally, change happens far too slowly, resulting in overwhelming pressure to compromise to meet time pressures. I have seen this happen again and … Continue reading

11/08/2015 · 4 Comments

Planning to Accelerate

I love Gantt charts!! I find them enjoyable and challenging to create and really easy to read. However, it seems that few people share my enjoyment. Over the years, I’ve … Continue reading

06/04/2015 · Leave a comment