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What change management has to do with building toilets in the slums of Africa?

Last Monday, Gill, a sales rep, joined a conference call organised by her management team to learn about a new process which will help her sell more. 433 more words

Oh No Not Another Pyramid!!

Yep just when you thought it was safe to exercise the camel, up pops another pyramid.

Sitting with a key client out in Gibraltar this week it was brought home to me by them how we have a really simple way of working with clients. 157 more words


The difficulty of changing a culture

One of the reasons that culture change is often so difficult is that we see it as a change of behaviour without understanding that it always involves the… 255 more words


Stuck in old thinking

A real issue, for those trying to persuade organisations, commercial and public alike, to upgrade their thinking on name change is the failure of those same organisations to recognise that they are attempting to apply a one-size-fits-all solution to a problem that comes in at least two sizes. 593 more words

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Arthritis event could help to improve the lives of millions

Arthritis affects one in six people in Nottingham, but the suffering could be eased thanks to the efforts of those involved in National Arthritis Week. 223 more words


Sharing Economy: What I Did and Learnt

So MapJam…the Struggle was real. MapJam allows for us as the public to contribute to society by sharing businesses and organisations. Usually, these businesses and organisations are cheap, affordable and really useful if you are working on a budget. 328 more words

The Lean Scale-up

Startups have been all the craze for the last 15 years or so and the two bubbles : 1.0 (dot com’s) and 2.0 (social apps). One could argue that their most impressive achievement is succeeding in making technology entrepreneurship sexy and successful entrepreneurs as glamorous as rock stars, despite the swimming pools flip-flap. 946 more words