2nd March 2015
We love brainstorming sessions…
It’s amazing, but sometimes no matter how great the technology available, there is no substitute for brainstorming sessions with pens and paper – and sticky notes.
When working on our efficiency and processes in a recent intensive workshop, the best way to lay it all out was adorning the walls of our conference room with long sheets of paper that bristled with sticky notes.
This exercise is great example of the Joseph Giles culture of continuous improvement. We are always looking at ways we can improve, whether processes, products or people, and would welcome your feedback any time.
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