Managing Change is helping the NHS and a local authority implement a new integrated joint delivery service and ICT systems. Managing Change is providing project management and business analysis. Tasks include business process modelling, requirements specification, supplier evaluation and selection, and implementation planning. The Single Assessment Process for Older People (SAP for OP) aims to dramatically reduce the time older people spend in hospital and facilitate care within the community or within their own homes. SAP for OP requires multiple agencies to work together to provide a seamless, effective and efficient service to clients. ICT is a critical enabler that will avoid the whole process becoming a bureaucratic nightmare.
We can help you achieve the same. See our areas of expertise and remember, we have teamed up with a number of other professionals to tackle larger projects and to bring in expertise in other areas.
Our What's On page lists the remaining events through to the end of the year - how time flies! - and now events for 2003. Whilst there are fewer events in the run up to the festive season, there's new subjects (e.g. web services) and those more familiar (Tom Peters is still going strong).
There are a number of events aimed at the Public Sector. With the Government target to have all services e-enabled by 2005 and the huge £30bn investment in the National Health Service (with £5bn ear-marked for IT and process efficiencies), then this is the growth sector to be in.
We have added a screen shot from The Train Line illustrating the pricing / time choice available. Click on the table to see the full web page.
This item is on the site of an associate company Through the Loop. Martin Payne, their Strategic Projects Director spoke on the subject of differential pricing strategies at the Marketing Week conference on 28 May 2002.
A copy of the presentation slides and accompanying text is available on the Through the Loop Web site. Through the Loop and Managing Change collaborated in producing the material for both the presentation and our own web site section on Dynamic Pricing.
We have added Ad-aware software to our list of critical software no user should be without. Ad-aware removes cookies, registry entries and executables placed on your PC by advertising sites. These are known as Spyware.
We highlight the European Conference on Customer Management with speakers Kjell Nordstrom (Funky Business), Michael Porter (Competitive Strategy), and Stephen Covey (The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People) amongst others. It takes place in London from 16-17 April 2002
We now have a page in the new web site organised by a group of independent consultants working in the South West of England. Most members belong to the Institute of Management Consultancy or to the Association of MBAs or both.
Consultants' Advisory magazine for March 2002 is all about Collaborative Supply Chain. It includes our article called The New Alchemy? about engineering the supply chain to support Mass Customisation
We have added a case study on Easy Internet Cafe and included a screen shot of eBookers price / time comparison table.
We have now analysed the results of our survey into whether Amazon is dynamically changing prices based on users behaviour. You can view the results after making your own contribution to the survey. It takes less than a minute.
We have updated the Technical Information About this Site page to describe some Critical Software that we use and have provided links to Amazon so that you may purchase as well.
A happy, peaceful and prosperous New Year to all our visitors.
Managing Change has relocated, hence the delays in updating this site. We have now updated the Contact and Legal pages.
We are steadily addressing the back-log. So far the What's On has been updated.
We have been requested to write an article on Mass Customisation for a forthcoming issue of Consultants' Advisory.
With the help of ThePriceMan we have updated our section on Dynamic Pricing, including a feature box item on motor car insurance based on when, where, how the car is driven, and on the duration of the driver's journeys. Real Big Brother stuff!
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