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Newsletter Issue 6: A change is as good as a rest (said no one sensible, ever)

Hello! This edition is all about change, or rather Change. We all deal with change… Read more →

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Change communications: four myths and one hard reality

A few years ago, one of the lecturers on my Masters’ degree opened the first… Read more →

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Putting the humanity back into business with the founder of Ella’s Kitchen

How much can you trust a profit-making company? This seemed to be the big question… Read more →

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Newsletter Issue 4: When is a sausage not a sausage

Hello! Welcome back to your desk on the first real working day of the year… Read more →

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Newsletter Issue 3: About Shaping the Future

“So remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet….Be curious.… Read more →

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Communicating about innovation: two approaches to understanding your audience (Future Shapers)

My second piece for the Future Shapers is out – and this time I’m thinking… Read more →

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Newsletter Issue 2: The Difficult Second Album

Sometimes you get things right first time – but when you try and replicate that… Read more →

Imagine an organisation where anything is possible – and then make it so

I wrote this piece for Solverboard recently as part of a Times supplement on Enterprise Agility,… Read more →

Conversation #12 — Margaret Heffernan, entrepreneur, CEO, writer and keynote speaker

Conversation #12 — Margaret Heffernan, entrepreneur, CEO, writer and keynote speaker

I’ve been wanting to talk to Margaret ever since I saw her speak at the… Read more →

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Never work with animals or 18th century mailcoaches: the importance of stories of failure

I’ve been thinking about stories a lot lately, particularly stories of failure. Telling stories of… Read more →

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‘Innovation managers have to be politically savvy street-fighters’ – Notes from the Front End of Innovation

I’m suffering from information overload right now, having spent most of last week at the Front… Read more →