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Who is in Power?

Written by Erica Bassford, Head of Aspire, Lauras International I recently asked a group of Front Line Managers ‘Who holds…

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Lost in France (getting nowhere fast without a Roadmap)

Written by Jason Gledhill, Head of Reliable Maintenance, Lauras International  Whilst recently creating an Improvement Project Roadmap for a new client…

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The Powerful Pareto Principle

Written by Nathanial Marshall, Senior Consultant at Lauras International. Imagine that you’ve just stepped into a new role. Unsurprisingly, you’ve inherited a…

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Free Speed?

Written by Nathanial Marshall, Senior Consultant at Lauras International. You really can get something for nothing… Ever been frustrated by the struggle…

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Tender Process Tips

Written by Jeremy Praud, Head of UK & Europe at Lauras International. I toyed with the idea of calling this blog ‘how…

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Feedback Ratio – 5.6:1

Written by Erica Bassford The best performing teams give each other feedback in a ratio of 5.6 positive to 1…

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We’ve had the best of our best, which are better than most, working on this for years and they have not achieved these results. This has clearly been a significant breakthrough. The results show this.

Senior Supply Chain VP from International Beverage Business

A key learning for me was that delegation is as much about the development of others as it is removing an action from my list. I now think of delegation as an opportunity for my team to develop and try new things. The more I do it, the more effective it is. Delegation is now one of my key management tools.

Front Line Manager on Aspire Programme