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20 November 2020

The Development Quotient

“Whenever you can, count” Francis Galton To be a recognised ‘developer of people’ is a huge plus for an organisation or for an individual manager. From business continuity to brand... Read more...

12 November 2020

“You have too much experience”

  We’ve heard that line from a couple of people lately. They had applied for vacant roles with high profile companies and were screened out early in a recruitment process.... Read more...

28 October 2020

RIP to the IDP

Full disclosure, a result of too much COVID-induced TV streaming is that I recently watched the 1989 movie Weekend at Bernie’s where the characters Richard and Larry pretend their dead... Read more...

21 October 2020

Flexible Working not Working? Meetings are not the problem

I recently posted an article about the COVID generated phenomenon  where many people who, in working from home, now find themselves trapped in a cycle of back to back meetings... Read more...

8 October 2020

Working ‘flexmotely’ yet somehow working longer? That’s not right.

I’m hearing it from so many people, I can’t help but think something has gone wrong. Right now, many of us who can work ‘remotely’ from the office are. However,... Read more...

1 October 2020

Doing (Virtual) Organisation Design with the right Technology

Organisation design can be challenging at the best of times.  Through a continuous process of learning and refining, we’ve developed a proven method that we apply in organisation design projects... Read more...

17 September 2020

Gender Balance: Is it Necessary? Is it Achievable?

I couldn’t help but ponder those questions as I kicked off some research to help a client with some market intelligence to support their external succession planning.  Right up front... Read more...

28 August 2020

Build or Buy? What’s your Underlying Talent Strategy

“The essence of strategy is choosing what not to do.” Michael Porter While Talent Management always requires trade-offs, the heart of your strategy must be grounded in either Building Talent... Read more...

17 August 2020

Moving to flexible work arrangements is simple.

You don’t need to be the most astute observer of organisation development to recognise a worldwide shift in attitudes to increased flexibility in where and how work is done. We’ve... Read more...

5 August 2020

When it Comes to Talent, Don’t Confuse Speed with Velocity

Do you remember much from your High School Physics? If you’re one of my contacts then, like me, you probably didn’t take it much further. One thing did stick with... Read more...

Recent Posts

The Development Quotient

“Whenever you can, count” Francis Galton To be a recognised ‘developer of... Read More

20th November 2020

“You have too much experience”

  We’ve heard that line from a couple of people lately. They... Read More

12th November 2020

RIP to the IDP

Full disclosure, a result of too much COVID-induced TV streaming is... Read More

28th October 2020

Flexible Working not Working? Meetings are not the problem

I recently posted an article about the COVID generated phenomenon  where... Read More

21st October 2020

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