The Butterfly Effect

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When you think about change, do you ever think about the concept of uncertainty?  Last week, Prof. Richard Bradley delivered a lecture at the London School of Economics on the topic of ‘managing uncertainty’ – what it is and how to deal with it.  A big … Read More

2012: A year of change

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MARYLEBONE — This year is a big year of change. In technology, in the world economy, the world of sport, even in the way all our countries are run.  There are elections in America, France, India… What is more significant in a country than a change … Read More

Sorry, Sir Richard, that’s not it…

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  SOUTH KENSINGTON — There was a piece in the Independent yesterday about Sir Richard Branson’s “three point plan” to get the UK economy going. Unfortunately the plan is completely pants. I wish it weren’t, but it is. Years ago, when I worked in politics a … Read More

Saving money on programme communications

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PICCADILLY — I am starting to get a little exasperated with people saying that they cannot use consultants because they have been told to save money. I know that statement only seems logical, but there are so many ways that it is not. If you are … Read More

MySpace speaks up for… the analysts?

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  “MySpace today announced its intent to restructure its international operations and refocus personnel around a smaller number of territories, while retaining a robust global consumer presence.” That’s what News Corporation’s MySpace said in their press release yesterday. According to the Flesch-Kincaid reading ease measures that … Read More

Sometimes it’s good to talk about it…

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LONDON — The weekend papers are full of stories connected to the loss of life of a senior politician’s handicapped child. This is the second wave of stories. These are in many ways more relevant and more arresting. In many ways they are just awesome. Inspiring. … Read More

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