Existential angst in the Communications team

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SHAFTESBURY AVENUE — We have a more formal “news” item to write and probably a paper to publish. But the findings of a number of large comparative analysis assignments this summer are playing on my mind. Communications functions are changing And they’re changing in every possible … Read More

Heart and Seoul: Why I want to work in Korea

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LONDON — It’s been hard not to think about Korea this week.  But I have different things on my mind.  Not the loss of a dictator.  Not the worry that still has South Korean’s practicing evacuations like WWII Britain and Cold War America. I am thinking … Read More

The cascade is broken

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SOUTH WEST LONDON — They say it’s broken.  But I am not convinced it ever really worked.  The company cascade is like the Lost City of Atlantis… or the missing Beach Boys album.  Many people think it’s out there, but disappointment is the most likely outcome. … Read More

Drawing attention to yourself: The consulting challenge

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GREAT PORTLAND STREET – Not far from our offices is the Chinese Embassy in the UK.  Across the street there’s a booth set up and someone practising Falun Gong 24 hours a day. Falun Gong (which just looks like aerobics to you and me) is illegal in … Read More

Providers of executive education

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LONDON — I’ve just been reading about a company that offers “custom executive education” and does so very successfully around the world. It’s an interesting business.  We were talking to the good people at BraveNewTalent about the subject yesterday. How do companies get talented people to … Read More

Proof of life: 5 things to do today to better your Internal Comms

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LATE IN LONDON — We like lists and in recent times this blog may have been harder on Internal Communicators than is deserved. So here are a few things that you can do in a single day.  They will advance your case, secure your reputation and … Read More

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