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Cat Skinner says there is always a better way to do it!

At accross business, we are always looking for better ways to manage workflows and always on the look out for products that continually evolve and develop. 477 more words

Change Management

Job: Marketing and Development Director, Bristol Old Vic

In 2016, Bristol Old Vic celebrates its 250th anniversary and – having completed the renovation of its spectacular Grade I listed Georgian auditorium in 2011- will embark on the redevelopment of its front of house in order to complete the theatre’s once-in-a-lifetime transformation. 18 more words

Job: AHSW Co-ordinator

Arts and Health South West (AHSW) are looking for a new co-ordinator who is passionate about arts and health and who can support the administrative side of the organisation. 35 more words

Monkeys in the Jungle Theory – What accelerates the spread of behaviours and ideas

Positive social change seems awfully slow sometimes. Those good, healthy, desirable behaviours can take a long time to spread through populations. If only we could speed it up. 1,085 more words


Money Is Like Oxygen; It's Necessary To Live, But Not The Purpose Of Living

Healthcare is an interesting industry, in that from a consumer standpoint, unless you’re an expecting mother, or have a ritual of grabbing lunch at your local hospital cafeteria, most consumers of healthcare would rather not be customers.  558 more words


Change for change sake. Or be strategic and change with purpose

Cat Skinner has an agenda. It’s all about getting the right result for the client. It’s also about helping his fellow professionals understand the changing world our clients have to negotiate. 709 more words

Change Management

21st Century Scholar: When You Can’t Always Get What You Want

It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that a person in possession of a PhD must be in want of an academic job. It is also a truth, universally understood, that academic jobs apart from sessional work are alas thin on the ground. 877 more words