Posted in Climate Action on 24/06/2021

Culture is defined as “the ideas, customs, and social behavior of a particular people or society.” An organizational culture is the collection of values, expectations, and practices that guide and…

Posted in agile on 17/06/2021

Ever since the beginning of the new millennia, Agile has taken the software development world by storm, with its fresh and radical philosophies and its ways of working. Working in…

Posted in Uncategorized on 31/05/2021

So what is the difference between the above two terms? These two terms are often confused and there are many people with different opinions on their meaning but in simple…

Posted in Podcast on 26/05/2021

‘The passion for who their customer is, it’s so strong. That’s why people went into that industry, they want to do good. Nobody has ever said ‘that’s good enough’ in…

Posted in Uncategorized on 18/05/2021

The Canada Job Grant is a skill and trade training program established by the Government of Canada. It is funded by the Canada Job Fund, but each province or territory is responsible for…

Posted in Lean on 13/05/2021

A recent live Webinar was recorded by Leading Edge Group on Strategic Investment in Lean Methodology in Local Government.  

Posted in agile on 7/05/2021

In today’s Agile world, there are a lot of popular frameworks and practices. While most of them originated from software development, like the initial Agile Manifesto, there is one that…

Posted in Podcast on 28/04/2021

‘The tools captured through Lean and its applicability across multiple platforms and spaces has really transformed how I personally function as both an employee and a leader. Lean challenges us…

Posted in agile on 14/04/2021

Agile and Lean are currently 2 of the most popular business philosophies, adopted by many organizations across the globe, in various domains and circumstances. Both are usually called upon to…

Posted in Podcast on 13/04/2021

‘My first introduction to continuous improvement happened when I was working with the Government of Canada and I was asked to attend a week-long meeting called a Kaizen. I had…

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