Resources and information on new ways of working
JEC's consultants have produced significant resources that are listed below. Our blog is also a source of useful information.
|New ways of working - the Agile Working Challenge 2.0|
Is your organisation adopting new ways of working to be ready for the world of work in the 2020s?Learn more
Agile Working and the Digital Workspace
Organisations are increasingly adopting new ways of working to take advantage of new digital technologies to enhance the services they can offer and become more productive.
Research on Agile Working, Personality, and Performance
A report by JEC Professional Services for the Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion (enei) that describes that employees adapt differently to new ways of working according to their personality type.
|Agile Working guideline|
This guideline describes the people, technology and security issues that need to be addressed to gain the benefits of Agile Working.Learn more
Webinar: Good Practices for Managing Homeworkers
In partnership with the British Library Business and IP Centre this webinar was presented by John Eary, Director of JEC Professional Services on Tuesday 19th May.
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Operations Director, Lyreco
“At Lyreco, we have recently completed the development of a Business Continuity Plan with the help of John Eary. His professionalism, efficiency and knowledge ensured the project was completed on plan and with buy-in from the whole management team. I would recommend John to other organisations looking for similar solutions.”>
Eddie White MBA
VP - Service Delivery Operations, AccessPay
John supported AccessPay as a consultant during the preparations for our ISO22301 Business Continuity assessment. This included assisting with Risk Assessments, training staff & planning exercises. We were working to a very tight timeline and John helped us to keep on track and to budget. His efforts were rewarded when BSI Certified AccessPay to ISO22301 in July 2015. If you have a similar project I would highly recommend contacting John for sound advice and a professional service.>
Facilities Manager, MS Society
“Thanks, there was very positive feedback. The exercise was well structured; everyone was fully engaged and it highlighted a number of areas we need to address. Plus it was an enjoyable day, thanks for all your support.”>
Director of Finance and IT, Leeds Federated Housing Association
John worked with my Head of IT and I on a business continuity exercise at Leeds Federated in September 2017. I was impressed by the care and attention John put into preparation for the exercise which ensured that it went according to plan on the day and maximised our leadership’s team learning opportunity. The report and recommendations from the day were similarly well thought through, practical and will, when fully implemented enhance our resilience and capabilities. Personally I found John very responsive to our needs as a client and would have no hesitation in recommending him to others for this type of work. I expect to continue to work with John on some follow up work from our exercise.>