Nominating managers (process review sponsors) are asked to consult directly with workshop facilitator Ian Whiting to secure a date. As a general guide the minimum lead in time for a PPR request is at least 6-8 weeks. Ian has scheduled workload planning allowance to run 2 workshops per month. This acknowledges the time taken on both sides to organise the logistics for the day. For workshop purposes, teams will be limited in size to between 6 to a maximum of 12 delegates. The composition of the team can be varied to reflect the process under review. Examples being: All members of one team or department Members of one particular team or department plus specialist inputs (ie from OBIS) Cross section from different teams and departments The manager/team leader responsible for the process under review (often the referred to as the process owner) will need to complete and submit a nomination form on behalf of the team. In tandem to the nomination form a Terms of Reference for the process under review will also be required. This will involve a member of the team (perhaps the person who will ultimately be designated the Process Review Leader) allocating the necessary time to this endeavour. Although this happens prior to the workshop it must be stressed that this pre-work is an important part of the learning and development and must be shared and discussed with team prior to coming on the workshop.