What the best are doing
In the complex world that we inhabit, organisationscannot control the direction that powerful global forces will occur over the next 20 years. They...
27th May 2011
Craig Wynett reveals the key to breakthrough creativity
Craig Wynett, Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer at corporate giant P&G gives an insight into his 23 years experience in the...
24th May 2011
Alastair Campbell talks about the importance of strategy in implementing change in business
Alastair Campbell is a writer, communicator and strategist best known for his role as former British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s spokesman, press...
23rd May 2011
Speakers at Innovate to Success conference give their views on innovation
Innovation...whether it’s on the periphery of what your organisation does or at the backend it certainly is an important topic that everyone seems...
18th May 2011
Don’t take our word for it - delegate reaction to Innovate to Success conference
On the 9th May 2011, blackswan hosted the Innovate to Success conference at the Cumberland Hotel, London. Attended by over 170 delegates, the...
17th May 2011
Weapons of mass distraction
The moment Jack Welch announced that GE had saved $9B with Six Sigma, it made it virtually impossible for any other CEO on the planet to ignore....
17th May 2011
The search for creativity
It is often thought that you need to be a creative person to come up with the next great idea with ‘outside the box’ thinking. Yet in some cases...
13th May 2011
blackswan officially launch TransformationDNA®, the new standard for organisational diagnostics, at Innovate to Success conference
On May 9th blackswan officially launched TransformationDNA®.
The launch, which was announced by Alastair Campbell, was followed by a champagne...
11th May 2011
Innovate to Success....SUCCESS
On the 9th May 2011, blackswan hosted the Innovate to Success conference at the Cumberland Hotel, London
Attended by over 170 delegates, the...
10th May 2011
Democracy vs. Feudalism
In any sphere of human endeavour you ultimately reach a point where you can’t solve the new problem using the old principals.
The killing of...
3rd May 2011