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Meet Tim Griffiths, Managing Director, Critical Input

A fan of rural life, cricket and reducing waste, Critical Input Managing Director Tim Griffiths is outcome-focused and uses transparent processes and pragmatic principles to help people strive for continuous improvement so their organisations run like a well oiled machines. Originally from    Read More...

			
		

PART 1: What if your ideal mentor is outside your workplace?

In this two-part series, Critical Input Senior Consultant Chris Bevin helps us investigate the mentor-mentee relationship, how to form one, and why you should. According to Critical Input Senior Consultant Chris Bevin who has been a mentor through the Australian Institute of Project    Read More...

			
		

How to hold disciplined meetings

Fortunately, Bettina and I are still able to meet face-to-face during home isolation As we move into a new era where Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams and Facetime meetings are replacing face-to-face interactions, it’s crucial we manage video and phone conferences with discipline and structure    Read More...

			
		

Pivot before panic

Have you done a supply chain health check? According to supply chain expert Tim Griffiths, every organisation will have a base understanding of where their supply chain risks lie, but when you throw in a significant unknown like COVID-19, it’s prudent to consider “what ifs”. Tim, who    Read More...

			
		

Managing change while maintaining stability

Back in the day, senior executives focussed on stability. Stability afforded steady growth for shareholders. People stayed employed. Prices were predictable. Life was comfortable.  Across most industries and both big and small organisations, elevated competition has focussed    Read More...

			
		

Being in control and capable comes first

According business improvement expert from Critical Input Tim Griffiths before managing a process step-change, an organisation’s goal first goal should always be focussed on being “in control and capable”. To define this, a process is considered “in control” or stable, if it’s in    Read More...