September 06, 2014

3 ways to become more intelligent with food interventions

Hello!

We are often told by managers that they feel that they are chasing outputs rather than concentrating resources on improving outcomes. If you are in this position, have you considered taking more control? If so, the following steps can help you shape your food plan and target real priorities.
 
USE INTERVENTION DATA
So many authorities still go about their inspections without collating any useable data. That is one of the benefits of embracing existing technology. Not only do our mobile applications save you time but they also enable you to identify common issues so that you can maximise your resources.

FIND OUT WHAT THE PUBLIC WANT
Every year the FSA carry out their national consumer attitudes survey. However, what is a concern in the inner city may not be such an issue in the Shires. So have you ever thought of conducting your own survey of residents and businesses to help inform priorities? If so we can do this for you too.

COMPARE YOURSELF TO OTHERS
You're putting all this effort into interventions but how do you really know how you are doing unless you compare your performance to others? Once you've worked this out you can then set goals and measure performance. Our benchmarking tool does all of this for you saving you oodles of time.

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