Monthly Archives: October 2012

Why are there still dinosaurs?

  I’m curious; why do businesses embark on change programmes without first having a good look around to determine what is happening in their environment?  I mean, change is hard enough without getting two very fundamental ducks in a row. … Continue reading

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The game has changed: another article

Another article about the paradigm having changed and most people aren’t aware of it.  Enjoy!  We will not go back to business as usual.   http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevedenning/2012/10/18/hbr-celebrates-its-graveyard-of-obsolete-management-ideas/

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Someone changed the rules!

This is a recent TED upload by a colleague of mine (we go back quite a long way) Eddie Obeng.  Eddie is a thinker and a simplifier and an energetic presenter.  This is about the turbulent world of today; someone … Continue reading

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Hope as a business strategy

I love this blog – you’ve got to have a viable strategy, but it works so much better if you’ve got hope as well to get you through the times when it gets stuck or  – as it seems – … Continue reading

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