Variety is the spice of life

The range of projects with which we have got involved over the last month has been really fascinating. Alun has spent quite a bit of time working with the Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies department of the University of Wales Trinity St David.  They are exploring how they can extend their interaction with a wide range of organisations so that their work can bring practical benefits to society.  It is not often you get to speak to one person about Islamophobia one minute and the next an expert in 17th century Non-Conformist Church doctrinal history!

While Alun has been working with academics, Miles has been spending time at North Somerset Council. The work there centred around introducing staff to a popular project management methodology.  He got great feedback from that training and looks forward to working with the team at North Somerset again.

Meanwhile we’ve won the tender to work with Disability Wales on their strategic review.  It is always really interesting to work with an organisation closely on their strategic review and planning process.  The different cultures and personalities of different organisations means no two reviews are ever the same.  Variety really is the Spice of Life…and it certainly makes our work really interesting.

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