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Research Report: How to Get More Momentum for Service

May 01, 2017 • FeaturesJan Van VeenMomentumresearchResearchresources

Jan Van Veen guides us through the findings of the research his organisation have recently undertook to establish what drives momentum and continuous improvement amongst service organisations...

#fsn20 - The 20 most influential people in field service: 2017 edition (page 3)

Mar 03, 2017 • Andy NeelyFSN20Future of FIeld ServiceJan Van VeenLocal GovernmentMomentum FrameworkNoventumOneserveChris ProctorHilebrandhousing associationInstitute for ManufacturingRustemaServitization

Who are the most influential people in the global field service sector that you need to pay attention to in 2017?

How to drive your Momentum for Service

Feb 16, 2017 • FeaturesManagementJan Van Veenmanagement consultingMomentum Frameworkfield service

Jan Van Veen, explores the concept of momentum within a field service organisation and outlines the Momentum Framework - a series of best-practices and tools that can allow you to ensure your organisation flourishes in today’s increasingly...

How to drive momentum for continuous adaptability and agility

Dec 05, 2016 • FeaturesManagementJan Van Veenmanagement

Jan Van Veen outlines how your field service organisation can succeed on a journey of continuous improvement through ongoing innovation...

Why common management practices create resistance to change

Nov 18, 2016 • videoFeaturesManagementJan Van Veenmanagement

Service focussed consultant Jan Van Veen begins a new series focussing on the importance of managing momentum amongst service organisations...

Accelerating value innovation: Don’t change people, let them change the company

Sep 15, 2016 • FeaturesManagementJan Van VeenmanagementService Innovation and Design

Management Consultant and service management specialist Jan Van Veen looks at how you can drive sustainable success in your organisation by unlocking full and continuous value innovation power at your disposal...

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