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Client as barometer of efficiency (worked example)Step 1: Identify our clientsWho are our existing clients? (Specific and generic)Internal...
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Root cause analysis (worked example)A Root Cause Analysis (RCA) diagram is an effective way to analyse information. It is often known as a Fishbone...
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Process map—worked exampleBefore you can improve a process, you need to understand how that process operates. For more...
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Identify who does what worked exampleTasks\PeopleTake initial Client detailsOpen Temporary FileClient Services QuestionnaireIdentify any conflict of...
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Improving efficiency business case (worked example)Executive summaryThis report analyses why 25% of the referrals we receive are referred back to...
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