Archive for the ‘Visual Management’ Category

‘Take a look’ at David Hart’s article in APM’s Winter 2015 Project magazine

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

eye-321961_1280David Hart discusses Visual Management

For our colleagues who are APM members, please ‘Take a look’ at Winter 2015 issue of Project magazine from the APM.  Page 62.

E AND H’s David Hart along with Egor Sviridenko from Targetprocess discuss how visual tools can offer a different way of presenting information and enabling control of projects, programmes and portfolios.

Visual Management Webinar

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

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Tuesday 28th July at 16:00 BST.   For all Managers who know there must be a better way…..

See the concepts behind visual management, a demo of the Targetprocess visual management solution for non-profit organisations, and ask questions about the system and the benefits. Click here to register your place.  For more information about Visual Management at

Keeping Track of Projects at the MemNet Managing your Information and Processes Conference 15th July 2015

Tuesday, July 7th, 2015

We have been invited to contribute to the MemNet conference in Canary Wharf next week (Weds 15th July)  – ‘Managing Your Information and Processes’.  Planning to deliver an interactive presentation with lots of tips and ideas for how you can use visual management for keeping your projects on track.  More details here:

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Visual Management Webinar

Wednesday, June 17th, 2015

Following the success of our Visual Management event in London in May, we repeating the event as a webinar in July.  This will provide an opportunity to hear about the concepts behind visual management, see a demonstration of the Targetprocess visual management solution for non-profit organisations, and ask questions about the system and the benefits.

The webinar is happening at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday 28th July.  Click here to register your place.

For more information about Visual Management, visit our website or read our blog.

Visual Management – Free Breakfast Event – Wednesday 13th May

Thursday, April 16th, 2015

Details of our free Targetprocess Visual Management breakfast event in Central London on Wednesday 13th May have now been confirmed.

Join us to learn more about Visual Management, and how it represents an easier way of keeping in control and managing work.  With lots of new ideas it should be a great way to start a Wednesday.

Venue and Booking

The event takes place at the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, 14 Bedford Row, London WC1R 4ED, just a few minutes’ walk from Holborn or Chancery Lane tube stations.

To book a place, either email me at, sign-up through Targetprocess Meet-Up or leave a comment below.  Book your places soon as numbers are limited.


Coffee/tea and breakfast pastries will be available from 8:00 a.m.  Presentations will start at 8:30 a.m. and include:

  • Using data visualisation to see things differently
  • How the CSP have used Targetprocess Visual Management
  • A demonstration of the Targetprocess system solution for the nfp sectors.

Presentations will be followed by half an hour or so of questions and answers and an opportunity for networking, with the event concluding by 10:00 a.m.

The presenters

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Natalie Yadrentseva - Natalie is a product specialist with Targetprocess and a passionate researcher and presenter in information visualisation.

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David Hart - David is Director of E AND H and a professional programme and project manager with over 25 years’ experience of delivering successful performance improvement through managing projects and business change across the UK public and not-for-profit sectors.


Olga Ikhelis - Olga is UK product specialist for Targetprocess.

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Jane Royden - Jane is a Director of E AND H, and a project and change specialist, working vertically in organisations improving how they operate and changing how people think.

For more Information about Visual Management

For more details about Visual Management with Targetprocess go to our web page, download an information sheet, or read our blog.