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A Tweet’s Tale

A Tweet’s Tale

Posted on 5 April 2021 by Sarah Lethbridge

Last month, I finally ‘went viral’. As a fan of social media (Facebook to keep in touch with family and friends, Instagram to keep in touch with celebs, Twitter to […]

Searching for a Sign or a Signal

Searching for a Sign or a Signal

Posted on 1 March 2021 by Sarah Lethbridge

As I’m writing this, it’s St David’s Day in Wales, this morning I sent my little girl off to School in her Welsh Lady costume and felt compelled to go […]

Operations Rule the World

Operations Rule the World

Posted on 31 January 2021 by Sarah Lethbridge

There are many things that annoy me in the world of work, but a particular bugbear of mine, which I’m sure happens in many organisations, is that when discussing the […]

What Can Taylor Swift Teach Us About Business?

What Can Taylor Swift Teach Us About Business?

Posted on 13 December 2020 by Sarah Lethbridge

Conscious of the need to write a blog to close out the apocalyptic nightmare that is 2020 and welcome in the glorious new dawn of a No Deal Brexit in […]

How Would It Make You Feel?

How Would It Make You Feel?

Posted on 30 October 2020 by Sarah Lethbridge

“What is the problem you are trying to solve?” *Thunderbolt* *Dramatic Music* *Spine Tingles*  “The best thing to do when things are complicated and you’re not sure which way to […]

Lights, Camera, Action!

Lights, Camera, Action!

Posted on 17 October 2020 by Sarah Lethbridge

If anyone hadn't noticed, we're in the middle of a global pandemic which has affected Executive Education teaching somewhat.... We've had to get used to a variety of online delivery […]

Had Enough of W.F.H.

Had Enough of W.F.H.

Posted on 6 October 2020 by Sarah Lethbridge

I read this blog post by Paul Gilbert over the weekend and it really resonated with me.  Your best bet is to read the post yourself, but to crudely summarise, he […]

Testing, Testing … (for Covid 19)

Testing, Testing … (for Covid 19)

Posted on 3 August 2020 by Sarah Lethbridge

Anyone who has heard me talk about lean would have no doubt heard me declare that I had a revelation about what lean is truly about quite a few years into being […]

Visual Management in a COVID 19 World

Visual Management in a COVID 19 World

Posted on 29 June 2020 by Sarah Lethbridge

I’ve written before about how committing to Lean Thinking can be quite a painful endeavour.  Constantly seeking out improvements can be quite lonely, unwittingly alienating colleagues wherever you go. There are […]

Every Covid Cloud Has A Silver Lining?

Every Covid Cloud Has A Silver Lining?

Posted on 1 June 2020 by Sarah Lethbridge

What strange, uncertain and frankly terrifying times we are all living in. The world feels like it’s completely falling apart. In amidst a sea of uncertainty, injustice and heartbreak all […]