August 2013

Sports – Lessons from the Ryder Cup: What can business learn from Europe’s attitude?

Ironmen History is littered with examples of fortunes turning right at the last moment. In the 1999 UEFA Champions League Final between Bayern Munich and Manchester United, Bayern’s ribbons had already been attached to the trophy when Manchester scored two goals in the very last minutes of the game. In the Ryder Cup and the

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Engagement – A decade of deafness: why it’s vital to keep your people

This first appeared in Ingenious Britain on the 9th August 2013. Falling on deaf ears You’re very unlikely to listen to us. If Peter Drucker – one of the most influential management thinkers of the last 50 years failed to have an impact, then our chances are slight. Drucker was interviewed shortly before his death by the

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