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A Must Have Tool: The Data Visualisation Catalogue

Originally posted on Michael Sandberg's Data Visualization Blog:
Readers: This is something I find to be very worthwhile and a great tool to have available when you have data, but can’t decide on which visualization is best to use.…

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Get Social, Embrace Disruption: Serving the Connected Customer

Originally posted on Paul Taylor:
I’m thinking it’s about 6 minutes to midnight on the Digital Doomsday Clock. Time is running out on the organisations who are yet to board the bus. Yet to start the journey to being different…

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My final MBA assessment on organisations and leadership: cultural change in the NHS

Originally posted on The value of health:
I once did an assessment on cultural change for my MBA organisations and leadership. I would like to share it with you as an example of how this sort of problem, in the…

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Some things are just too heavy for Superman to lift

Originally posted on Rob Webster:
Heroic leadership has had its day. It is a notion that doesn’t work in complex systems. It can also have dangerous side effects. From major corporate failures in the US to tinpot dictatorships. Commentators and researchers such as…

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Ctrl – Alt – Delete or #RebootMedway

Originally posted on sphams:
Tomorrow is an important day for #TeamMedway for six days we shall be rebooting. Like any computer, sometimes you need to ‘turn it off and back on again’ – I can almost hear you say “that’s…

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Just walk away and don’t look back…never look back

An idea that has been quietly percolating over the last couple of months finally raised enough steam to generate action this week. But first some background… In the latter tenth of the last decade I gave my life over almost … Continue reading

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Treating people with compassion is a by-product of organisational cohesiveness, says Angela McNab

An important perspective that has not been heard to often lately

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Are we programmed to innovate or stick with what we know? Welcome to the Jungle…..and the Big Beasts

Originally posted on What's the PONT:
Last week I observed something at the edge of my knowledge, a discussion about……, innovation and evolution. A potent combination that elicits strong opinions, and a jungle that I don’t fancy entering. So,…

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How Social Is Your CEO?

Originally posted on Paul Taylor:
Last week I ran a workshop for a number of Chief Executives. Whilst preparing my slidedeck (which is featured above) I spoke to a friend who is the Managing Director of a medium sized business. They…

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Thank You All – Now the Work Begins

This is a brief post to say a big Thank You! to everyone who supported me in my successful bid to become a governor on the Guy’s & St Thomas Council of Governors. I’d also like to thank Chris Brasted … Continue reading

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