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WaterAid is certainly big, hairy and audacious!

WaterAid is certainly big, hairy and audacious!

£52 million a month—that's not a small figure by any standard. And yet, as stated on a couple of leaflets… View
The wrong kind of time for strategic development

The wrong kind of time for strategic development

In February 1991, when British Rail claimed "the wrong kind of snow" was to blame for disruption to their services,… View
Ambidexterity: the skill every conqueror needs to master

Ambidexterity: the skill every conqueror needs to master

I'm constantly amazed by the lack of focus that many organisations and managers have on the future. 'Now' seems to… View
An interview on design thinking

An interview on design thinking

Earlier this month, I was contacted by Yisi Lu, a Masters student in MSc Marketing & Strategy at Warwick Business… View
Float makes cash flow forecasting a breeze

Float makes cash flow forecasting a breeze

This post is long overdue! Having been using Float—a fantastic cash flow forecasting tool—since late 2010 (first in beta and… View
The common case of strategic neglect

The common case of strategic neglect

  Cars don't end up on the scrap heap by accident. The rust that started as a couple of specks over… View
Breeding success—a failure how to

Breeding success—a failure how to

Last week, I wrote about how nothing breeds success like failure but ended on a crucial question: How? How do we… View
Nothing breeds success like failure

Nothing breeds success like failure

It is an inevitable and unavoidable truth that we will all, at one time or another, fail. Individually. Collectively. Personally. Organisationally. But the… View
The 10 rules of courtship before saying “I do” to software

The 10 rules of courtship before saying “I do” to software

It might sound somewhat geeky but I love software! By software I mean the programmes that sit on our computers,… View
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