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Whilst almost all learning and development companies can offer a complete suite of leadership programmes, most are brilliant at one or two things and good at the rest. So when a media company wanted a world class leadership programme, they came to us because of our ability to pull together experts from a number of […]
Helping a Russian based customer co-create value with their suppliers meant helping both parties think through how to work effectively together and then to learn how to use innovation tools and techniques to create new products and services for the local market. Today, there are successful products on shelves in Russian shops that owe their […]
Whilst the business had developed a great performance management tool, they needed an organisation to help bring the content alive for people. Having delivered a great service in the UK, they then asked us to help embed these same skills in staff in a number of other countries around the world.
At 3:41am on Thursday 7th May 2015, the rear wheel of our tandem passed over the drain that marked the end point at John O’Groats 45 hours and 11 minutes and 842 miles after leaving Lands End. In so doing, we had broken the 49 year old End to End record that had stood since […]
Innovate behaviour change? Innovation can be used to drive behaviour change. In this clip, an innovative idea is used to change the context, and as a result people opted for the stairs rather than the escalator. Very clever!
First published in Business Daily and The Huffington Post on 2 June 2016 Never has ‘to wash your hands’ of the problem been so apt. The clues to organisational behaviour can be found in the humble paper towel. We know context drives behaviour. Zimbardo’s infamous Stamford Prison experiments and Millgram’s obedience to authority research established this. Today we control […]