Tag Archives | change

Culture is everything. Everything is culture.

Shared from on 20 June 2016

Over the past few weeks, we’ve witnessed tragic events take place on both sides of the Atlantic, under the shadow of separate political campaigns – the US presidency and the UK referendum. A brilliant piece of writing in The Spectator caught my eye, particularly the following line: “When you encourage rage you cannot then feign […]

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Are you ready for the end?

Shared from on 13 June 2016

I’m not the sharpest tool in the box. I’m ok with that. The reality finally struck me that in a matter of weeks our world might be on the verge of substantial change. There is a very real chance that we could be collectively making the decision to leave the european union. It doesn’t matter […]

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Structural madness

Shared from on 9 May 2016

I used to work in an organisation that liked to restructure on a regular basis. The joke was that you could tell which day of the week it was based on whether there was an announcement about some sort of change. If you stayed in the organisation long enough, you got to see all the […]

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Technology, analytics, data, life – start from the beginning

Shared from on 25 April 2016

I’ve just got back from the HRTechFest in Washington. Last time I went to one of these, I wrote this about Technology being HR’s biggest asset. I still think it is – so take a look. This time, I was struck this time about the commonality of a lot of the themes that people were […]

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