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  • Political leadership is in decay.
    Ask yourself a question: in the history of your business how much has been spent on leadership training, and I will confidently predict that you are...
    16th December 2011
  • The Christmas Isthmus - A Transformational Tale (Day 3 of 5)
    Christmas approached and it started to snow. A very reflective Edward Scrooge III, CEO at Ebenezer, sat at his desk. The ghosts of Christmas past...
    24th November 2011
  • Get a TRUE understanding of everything that matters with the MBTITMPEQi Inventaplex...
    Business measurement seems to consist of little else these days than an as-yet-unused 3 letter acronym, together with a tiny variation in...
    19th October 2011
  • Acting decisively while holding uncertainty
    To us at blackswan who live and breathe transformation on a daily bases, it’s all about understanding the DNA of business, its purpose, its...
    11th October 2011
  • Modern coaching theory is becoming increasingly complex.
    New science developments and best-practices mean that coaches and their coaching programs have to be up-to-date to be effective and competitive in...
    4th October 2011
  • The Coming of Change (but not as we know it)
    I picked up again Dan Brown’s book The Lost Symbol and the reference to “ORDO AB CHAO” and was relating this back to my belief that, when things...
    28th September 2011
  • Samsung and Apple – Time to Send in the Blue Berets?
    Samsung and Apple are currently described as being at war over patent infringements. Each has a phalanx of legal foot soldiers marching steadfastly...
    27th September 2011
  • Can’t Pay. Won’t Pay.
    Can’t Pay. Won’t Pay. (Please Refer Any Further Questions to My Accountant). There was news at the weekend that the Chancellor is considering...
    14th September 2011
  • A mad man
    It is unbelievable how little I know and the false assumptions I have made.   As I mentioned in one of my previous blogs, (How little we know)...
    26th July 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

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