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Improvement Methodologies

"There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all"

Peter Drucker

At I.D. we know improvement methodologies can be useful tools for driving change.  However, it's also important to know the context they are best suited and their limitations.  Modern improvement culture has introduced significant risk into organisations and benefits can be less tangible and delayed on the return on investment.  Trust is vital and that's why we pride ourself on both our experience and our integrity.  We'll set out our path clearly and honestly prior to starting any work, so that we are aligned with you on expectations.  


“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.”

John Quincy Adams

Leaders help their team deliver 'together'.  They understand their role at the head of the team, but also acknowledge the responsibility that comes with it. 

Leading for improvement shifts focus away from traditional command and control approaches, to viewing our workforce as integral members of delivering improvement.  


At I.D we support leaders to understand principles such as 'servant leadership', 'values based leadership', engagement, collaboration and how to embed these in complex systems that require high levels of performance.  

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