Month: March 2010

“No CAMEL route is long, with good company” – Turkish Proverb

Posted on 31 March 2010 by palet

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Lean: Doing right things righter

Posted on 9 March 2010 by palet

It’s exactly one year since I started work here at Cardiff University, as a Project Officer for the PALET Project, which will pilot a more agile and flexible process for the development and approval of new programmes of study at Cardiff University. As the project title might suggest (Programme Approval Lean Electronic Toolset), from the
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