This useful little model takes us somewhere useful, particularly in meetings, rather than get bogged down with the same old problems of blame, failure and limiting assumptions.
Christmas has come and gone and now it is time to plan for the next year. January brings hopes, fears and, for some, New Year resolutions that more often than not quickly turn into memories by the end of the Read More
Here is some thoughts reported by The Canadian Star on ‘experts’ by a man who decided to study experts after his financial advisers lost him 50% in the credit crunch. There are some great examples of experts that do not Read More
Here are a couple of interesting articles. The first, from Barking up the wrong tree, is about your personal performance and how in the short-term you can improve it. Does it also explain why management is generally so poor in Read More
Richard Reed, one of the three founding partners from Innocent Drinks, gave a very interesting and amusing review of the eleven years since its formation while away on a snowboarding holiday. Turnover has grown from nothing to over £110 million. Read More