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Achieving smooth operations of processes which are used time and time again depends on... minimising the interruptions.

I like the example of railways, because they give us a visible image. Railways run to time and meet the schedules by identifying likely causes of delay and resolving them.

The new 57 km long Swiss Gotthard Base Tunnel which goes into full service this weekend, saves 38 minutes on the Alp transit that until now takes over 2 hours.

One of the features of this tunnel is that trains are systematically checked before going in.  This is to reduce random failures in the tunnel itself - and an excellent example of a program to reduce interruptions.


What are your experiences of efforts to reduce interruptions? Tell us on your favourite social site: .

Best regards,
  

Dr. Deasún Ó Conchúir PMP (pronounce)Dr Deasún Ó Conchúir

 

Email: deasun@scatterwork.com

Tel: +41 79 692 4735


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Varadaraj (Raj) Narayanan , Specialist in Testing the Software Quality, Process, Project and Program Management

“I attended the PMP prep online course conducted by Dr. Deasun recently. I must say his lucid style of explaining the knowledge areas and the PM Process Groups were very much appreciated in our group. I strongly recommend him for such mentoring programmes.”

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Scatterwork is in daily contact with clients across the globe. Use these calendars to simplify contacts (and avoid endless mails, just to agree meeting times across time zones):   

1. Schedule a Team Virtual Workshop

Circulate this link to your team for each person to see in their own local time when Online Team Workshops can be scheduled.
 

2. Reserve Consultant Dates

Identify and reserve days when Dr Ó Conchúir is available for your workshop or speaking event.
 

3. Schedule Voice Contact

Due to global working, it is not always possible simply to call. Schedule a short voice contact with Dr. Ó Conchúir.


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