John Seddon has received numerous academic awards for his contribution to management science. He is the inventor of the Vanguard Method, the means by which service organisations change from a conventional command-and-control design to a systems design.
John has been a vociferous critic of public sector reform, arguing that the means for reform have seen costs rise while services worsen.
Judgement by our peers: is the jury out?
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