Curium welcomes back Dr Kate Bailey

Zurina Panesar | 08 Oct 2020 | News

Curium Solutions welcome Dr Kate Bailey back to the business

Curium Solutions is pleased to welcome back Kate Bailey, as the business sees further growth for the future.

Curium Director and Co-Founder James Farrow says “We are delighted to have Kate return to Curium to help us establish leading services in organisational effectiveness and applying process disciplines to help our customers thrive in these tough times.  Never before has a people-first approach to change been more important and Kate brings the rare ability to combine systems-thinking expertise with an exceptional approach to people and culture.”

Kate is an experienced Lean Coach and Consultant, with expertise in Supply Chain and Operations Management. She has worked for Universities such as Warwick and Cardiff Business School, including brands such as Toyota. She has a proven track record in supporting organisations to design Lean solutions to key business problems.

“I’m excited to be back at Curium Solutions and looking forward to working with our clients to help them transform their operations to grow, be sustainable and resilient,” added Kate.

Andy Dawson, Curium Co-founder & Director, added “We’re really pleased that Kate has returned to the team, having gained valuable experience working alongside some world class institutions and businesses. We continue to expand the range of services that we can support our customers with. We will have more exciting news to share over the coming weeks, and are encouraged by the levels of activity that we are experiencing.”

Curium is a leader in people-led change, with a real specialty of buying people into change. This creates value from accelerating the adoption of change and the earlier release of benefit. Three core practices, Transformational Change, People Solutions and Transforming Operations, enable Curium to support any type of change in some of the world’s leading organisation.

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