Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Top 5 Innovation Killers

Innovation has never been more important to companies as it is now. Economic, technological and social turbulence is creating new needs, and new forms of value are needed to fulfill them. Yet many companies fail to achieve their innovation potential. … Continue reading

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Business Rocks: The Transformation Of Kings Cross

This Week’s Focus: I’ve been working in London a lot lately, travelling by rail into Kings Cross station. Ten years ago Kings Cross was a tired, shabby and unpleasant place to travel to and from. It has since been transformed. … Continue reading

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It’s Avoiding Trade-Offs That Kills You

It’s not a poor strategic vision in itself that kills most new growth strategies. Nor is it your ability to manage major initiatives. Most companies and management teams are able to identify and deliver growth projects given the opportunity to … Continue reading

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Business Rocks: Triumph or Choke?

This Week’s Focus: If you’re a football fan I’m sure you’ve been watching this season’s Premier League with fascination. After just avoiding relegation last year, Leicester City have become the favourites to win the league. Of course, everyone is expecting … Continue reading

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