He complains that it is because of Zoe Radnor refusing to share the platform. But can you blame her?
John seddon was due to speak at this event but Professor Zoe Radnor refused to share a platform with him.
John Seddon has criticized Radnor's reports on Lean for HMRC as likely to drive failure into the system.
Seddon basically promised in his newsletter to come and behave badly, as he has done before. He wrote:
When the sort-of Professor can't play well with real Professors, this sort of thing is bound to happen.
Maybe Seddon shouldn't have so blatantly telegraphed his move?