Feb 2018

Finished a project? It’s time to review

Written by Luke Bodin

The end of a project presents a new opportunity to review, reflect and learn. So many great projects take place but the project management team very rarely maximise the opportunity to reflect and review the successes and lessons learned for the project.

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Feb 2018

Why identifying risk is so important

Written by Luke Bodin

Ensuring that in your business you identify, mitigate and review risk is so important.

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Feb 2018

How to identify risk for your project

Written by Luke Bodin

There are a huge amount of construction projects of which we have worked upon whereby risk management was crucial. They need to constantly analysis their risks, track them and find ways of effectively engaging their people and stakeholders in the risk management process. However, risk management isn’t renowned for being particularly exciting or a subject[…]

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Feb 2018

Meeting minutes, do they add any value?

Written by Luke Bodin

So, a tough question we get asked a lot is “Do meeting minutes add any value”. The answer, in really “no”, but it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do them. We have worked with clients where the idea of not writing formal minutes is alien. These are mainly public sector local government organisations who need to[…]

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Feb 2018

The three purposes of meetings

Written by Luke Bodin

As you break down the purpose of meetings you discover there are only really three keys reasons for meetings. Firstly, to update. A meeting should always start by providing an update of some sort (X has happened, so now we need to decide what to do with Y). A very important purpose of a meeting[…]

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Feb 2018

Prepare for meetings to get the most out of them

Written by Luke Bodin

To get the most out of a meeting there are some simple steps you can take to ensure that the meeting is meaningful. Firstly, the objectives for the meeting must be clear. Its crucial that the meeting has very clear objectives you need to know exactly what you want to achieve from the meeting. Secondly,[…]

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