Hygieneat replaces paper in Food-to-Go for Food and Health and Safety and Deliveries. Optimised for multi-site usage, with minimal instruction, it provides near real-time oversight of critical activities across the business.
A big thank you to the judges the Mayor of Milton Keynes, Cllr David Hopkins, the MK Council leader, Cllr Peter Marland, Jan Flawn, of PJ Care, Nick Lancaster, of the University of Bedfordshire, and Silvia Vitiello from Kingston Smith and all who helped us get here, and looking forward to taking this exciting and valuable product to the market.
One Issue has been assessed and is now fully enrolled in the Entrepreneurial Spark programme powered by Nat West Bank. This programme is the world’s largest people accelerator for start-up and scaleup businesses and recognizes both the business and people behind One Issue.
The process will challenge and refine our business model and help prepare us for future growth.
When things go wrong, people feel under pressure – especially at work. Users can misreport or over report issues. They may not know the difference between an air conditioning unit or a air curtain, what has gone wrong or the severity of the issue – but they need it fixed!. This can cause multiple phone calls, emails and site visits to diagnose an issue. One Issue provides a guided, pre-populated mobile solution that eases the pressure and helps the user provide an accurate work request for the maintenance team.
Keep it Simple, Stupid – or the ‘KISS’ principle – has been recognised since the 1960’s (originally by the US Navy) as a very effective way of making systems work better – particularly when humans are involved. Keeping each step as simple as possible can allow a process to be faster, more repeatable and accurate by inducing less human error and avoiding complexity which can create confusion and doubt – both to be avoiding when the operator is under stress.
This post concentrates on how to implement monitoring and reporting in your response to issues and their management – covering the requirements for what may be important, looking for re-occurrence of old issues, reporting internally and externally – without undue effort, undertaking analysis with a focus on continuous improvement and porting your reports to other systems.
This is the sixth and final post of the series that outlines in more detail our guide to getting on top of your issues, born out of our experience, frustration and success in managing issues in complex environments.
This post concentrates on how to implement learning and feedback in your response to issues and their management – covering the requirements for feedback, learning from mistakes, utilising history, avoiding haste, implementing continuous improvement and working smart.
This is the fifth of six posts that outline in more detail our guide to getting on top of your issues, born out of our experience, frustration and success in managing issues in complex environments.
At the end of April One Issue was awarded ‘Highly Commended’ status by the judges for the Team Defence Information Excellence Award 2017 at the Defence Information ’17 Symposium – held at the UK Defence Academy Shrivenham (Cranfield University).
The Team Defence information Excellence Award 2017 is keenly supported by the MOD who, along with Industry, recognise the value of learning from innovative joint endeavours involving companies of all sizes – from Defence primes to the smallest micro-businesses.
One Issue was particularly praised for its overall simplicity, obvious value in eliminating wasted effort and clear user feedback. We would like to thank the judges – Lt Col Rev Bolam (Directorate of Logistics Information), Mr Rick Bounsall (Niteworks) and Mr Ross Harris (Senior Lecturer, Cranfield University) for their interest and insights. We look forward to further demonstrating these benefits to defence users in the near future.
Contact us to discover how we can make your life simpler.
This post concentrates on the fourth step – how to Implement your response to issues and their management – covering the requirements for usability, training, visibility, accuracy and solution refinement.
This is the fourth of six posts that outline in more detail our guide to getting on top of your issues, born out of our experience, frustration and success in managing issues in complex environments.
The post highlights some of the uses for issue management solutions within the food service industry. In the UK the British Retail Council and the Food Standards Agency have guidelines to underwrite an approach to providing food safety in the retail environment. A modern issue management solution can assist in implementing the Safer Food Better Business food safety approach in an efficient and effective manner – saving time and wasted effort. Data capture, photographic evidence and automatic document / report generation can all play a part in reducing errors and improving food safety.