Monthly Archives: March 2019

Business Rocks: The Loneliest Person In The UK

  The Brexit saga is now creating a full-blown national crisis in the UK. There have been so many mis-steps throughout the process, it’s hard to know where to start. But, in this note, I’m just going to focus on … Continue reading

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Business Rocks: Ground Level Strategy

  High-level strategy is as useful to most workers in an organization as a high-flying airliner is to commuters in a bus queue. The bus passengers may briefly look up and notice the plane and its vapour trail, but, even … Continue reading

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How to Assess Your Team’s Capabilities in 60 Minutes

  Last Friday, I ran a project planning session for a major UK retailer. The aim of the project is to run a trial to rapidly grow sales in one of the retailer’s most important categories. Identifying the specific capabilities … Continue reading

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Business Rocks: The Ultimate Corporate Health KPI

As some of you may know, I am actively involved in SportsAid, a great charity that supports the development of the next generation of leading UK athletes. On Tuesday, I met with other charity members and our conversation turned to … Continue reading

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