If you are trying to contribute to a change in culture, or even create a social movement, it is going to be very hard to know when you have achieved it. It can also sometimes be strange for those of us who are passionate about improvement to be trying to influence something like culture when … More How do you know when improvement is spreading?
Usually, when we talk about curiosity, it feels like we’re talking about a gap in our knowledge that we would like to fill. But actually, the word “curiosity” stems from the Latin word “cura” meaning “to care”. So we could say that curiosity is about caring enough for the things and people around us that … More Curiosity and Creativity – Part Two
We have been talking a lot in the last year about how we can create a culture of ‘curiosity and creativity’ in our organisation, as mentioned in this weekly message in June 2015 from our Chief Executive, Suzanne Rankin. In the message, Suzanne described the “Two Cs – Curiosity and Creativity”: “Our culture needs to develop … More Curiosity and Creativity – Part One
After a break from posting over the Christmas period, we wanted to make the first blog of 2016 something that is simple and digestible; but also something that we hope will be really useful for everyone involved in quality improvement (QI). The start of a new year is also a good time to see things … More Keeping Improvement Simple