Recap: Hidden Talent Seminar

24th September 2015 Blog

Recap of our leadership seminar “Hidden Talent” with Harthill and PwC on 10 Septemeber 2015 at the RSA. [View the story … read more

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Recap: Shared Measurement Seminar

22nd September 2015 Blog

Recap of our seminar Shared Measurement: Rethinking Impact on 10 Septemeber 2015 at the RSA. [View the story “Recap: Shared Measurement … read more

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Total Numbers of Clients Versus Caseload: why the latter is a better measure

27th July 2015 Blog

I – and now others* – have cast doubt on the number of children and young people that the charity Kids … read more

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Organisational Change: The New Ten Commandments

16th June 2015 Blog

Since 2010 many consultancies I’ve spoken to have reported an increase in demand for organisations seeking to fundamentally change their ways … read more

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Taylor Swift: Bellwether for the socially acceptable

1st April 2015 Blog

Taylor Swift is an interesting cultural phenomenon and, as the chart above shows, one who is taking up ever increasing media … read more

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The Internet of Truths

24th March 2015 Blog

I spend a lot of time thinking about forms of measurement: what they are, how they can be implemented effectively in … read more

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We need to talk about Kids Company

11th February 2015 Blog

Kids Company’s Urban Academy: to really convey the place in 2008 you’d need an immersive experience. Invasive noise, overblown primary coloured … read more

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Directing Democracy

2nd October 2014 Blog

There was much talk of the family conflict caused by the Scottish referendum. The BBC led their 10 o’clock news coverage … read more

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Whip it. Whip it real good.

4th September 2014 Blog

There’s a quote from French writer Jean Paulhan that you can get on postcards in Paris gift shops: “tout a été … read more

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Top Down Approach

28th August 2014 Blog

It’s often the way that when something stirs your interest you suddenly come across a whole lot of references and connections … read more

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