It’s a masterpiece…

Posted on 18 June 2009 by palet

Cardiff University was visited by caricaturist Picasso Griffiths on Tuesday, as part of it’s Positive Health and Environment Week (PHEW). A couple of months ago when we signed up for the session, Andy, Simon and I seemed to think it would be ‘fun’ to have ourselves artistically humiliated. During the session, it did not seem
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You can lead a CAMEL to water, but can you make it punt?

Posted on 17 June 2009 by palet

Reflections from the cluster meeting June 2009. Cambridge proved to be an excellent location for the five projects working together as a cluster within the JISC Curriculum Design Programme, a two day meeting that operated in the spirit of a CAMEL (see http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/camel/camel-model/the-idea.htm for an explanation).  The meeting helped the projects to share experiences, ideas and
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PALET, So, is it art?

Posted on 12 May 2009 by palet

 I’m well aware that our chosen acronym is not a real word (in either English or Welsh), and I’ve always pronounced it as ‘pallet’, which brought to mind the wooden crates (which I spent two miserable summer’s stacking boxes of wine onto).  Georgia, however, has adopted the artist’s palette as the logo for the project. 
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The Challenge of “Stakeholder Engagement”.

Posted on 29 April 2009 by palet

Right from the inception of this project, it has been our intention to try and involve the academic community at Cardiff in the development of a ‘lean’ Programme Approval Procedure as much as is practically possible.  Failure to do so would likely lead to a lack of ‘buy-in’, and risk failure.   The question is
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Welcome to the PALET Blog!

Posted on 5 March 2009 by palet

Welcome to the blog for the Programme Approval Lean Electronic Toolset (PALET) project. Please find below a short overview of the project: PALET Project Overview Utilising the Lean Thinking methodology for process improvements, the PALET project will develop revised procedures for the approval of new programmes to create a more agile, efficient and flexible approach
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