Low code or no code?

Increasingly, senior management teams are looking to digitally transform their organisations. They are asking their teams to digitise their processes and move away from paper and analogue systems, such as spreadsheets and emails. This means an investment into software solutions, which typically means either hiring developers to build you a Read more…

By Suzanne Hyde, ago

What is process improvement?

When I was asked to write this article, I thought I would look on the internet and see what definitions came up.  I was more than a little disappointed, especially considering some of the sources. “Process Improvement is the proactive task of identifying, analysing and improving upon existing business processes Read more…

By Suzanne Hyde, ago

What does that mean?

Common Terms Explained Acronyms, abbreviations and unusual words, whenever you are introduced to a new world there are lots of terms that are mentioned on websites and in blogs that you are just expected to know. Here we list the meanings of some of the most common terms that can Read more…

By Suzanne Hyde, ago

Are there limits to Artificial Intelligence?

What is Artificial Intelligence? Marvin Minsky, commonly known as the father of artificial intelligence (AI), defined it as: “Artificial intelligence is the science of making machines do things that would require intelligence if done by men.” Importantly, this doesn’t mean the machines have to be intelligent. A dumb machine running Read more…

By Suzanne Hyde, ago

Low-code and Risk Management

How does low-code increase organisational agility, in relation to risk? In any given market place, there will always be change that can bring new risks or change the nature of existing risks. Currently in a fixed, legacy, technology ecosystem organisations tend to react to change unsupported by the existing technology Read more…

By Suzanne Hyde, ago

Process cycle time reduction

In the first instance we have the four core strategic dimensions of process design. At the layer below this we have a few very important tactical considerations that feed into these strategic objectives, none more important than process cycle time reduction. Cycle time is the elapsed time between the start Read more…

By Suzanne Hyde, ago

What is multi-factor authentication?

As instances of hacking and data breaches continue, so does the demand for more stringent security measures from organisations concerned about attacks and the continued protection of their customer’s data. Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is one type of security measure that is predicted to grow fourfold by 2025. It is a Read more…

By Suzanne Hyde, ago