Tag Archives: Systems Thinking

Let It Go

I have been thinking a lot about the outstanding Workstock unconference which was premiered at last month’s Workplace Trends conference (#wtrends14). To my mind, its unifying theme was the need for change in our work whether in terms of it … Continue reading

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Crossing The Streams

Warning: this blog contains logaspheres. Please enjoy responsibly. From Ghostbusters (1984): Egon Spengler: There’s something very important I forgot to tell you. Peter Venkman: What? Spengler: Don’t cross the streams. Venkman: Why? Spengler: It would be bad. Venkman: I’m fuzzy … Continue reading

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The Beauty Regime

Last week’s announcement at the ThinkFM conference that BIFM and CIPD will be collaborating on a number of research and insight projects has generated an interesting reaction on Twitter. Amongst the talk of better outcomes, identifying the value drivers of … Continue reading

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War on Waste

Ask any CFO for his or her Top 3 wishes and driving down operating costs will always be amongst them. I am therefore constantly perplexed why organisations are solely fixated with the excessive unit costs associated with resources and surplus … Continue reading

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Come Together…Right Now…Over Work

In late 2011, I attended a workplace conference and one of the speakers was the author Alan Moore. His talk was the highlight of an otherwise unmemorable event. I subsequently read Moore’s book (the wonderful “No Straight Lines”) and in it he mentioned a … Continue reading

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