Plans are settling for events to mark World…
Party politics has become the most divisive force in Britain. In short, “Do unto others... then split.”
And they want to continue that by agreeing amongst themselves, in the next few weeks, how they can ensure that others pay for party benefits.
Political parties seek power to impose their own particular dogma on the UK to fulfil the interests of the tribe they serve. This cleaves the population apart, with no effective concern…Continue
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Whether you believe in serendipity or deny its existence citing its impact can be an attention getter. One of the attractions of Twitter for me is the way in which those serendipitous moments aggregate in one place. It was thus when last week I came across an academic paper by two Microsoft© Researchers, Nimmi Rangaswarmy and…Continue
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The first series of the Ad Hoc Enquiries with the theme "Community and local government collaboration" starts on the 3rd of April at Hub Westminster. There are a handful of places still available across the 4 events so please do register if you would…Continue
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In the second of a five-part series ‘As If People Matter’, I explain how engaging people is vital in making a successful and lasting transition towards sustainable business and in delivering tangible business benefits.
“The biggest challenge in sustainability is engaging people and delivering the necessary behavioural change. This is all about how to turn a moment into a movement.”…Continue
One of the mantras of most managers is that teams outperform collective individual performance. There is lots of research that substantiates that, and in any case it is summed up in that well-known poster acronym: T.EA.M., or Together Each Achieves More. Put another way: teams produce a synergy in which the net output is not additional but geometric. Four people as a group produce 1+1+1+1= 4 units of productivity; but four people as a team can produce 1x2x3x4=24 units of productivity! The…Continue
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