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Social Selling: Thoughts for the Festive Season

November 30, 2015

The fact that you share the same birthday with another human being shouldn’t be the sort of incidental information that plays a role in whether or not you buy a…

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Loving and Loathing in Leadership

October 24, 2015

Amongst the eclectic selection of articles and musings in this week’s edition of the New Yorker is a typically engaging book review by Malcolm Gladwell, author of ‘The Tipping Point’….

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The Politics of Authenticity

April 13, 2015

As the 2015 election campaign begins formally in the UK, it’s worth going back fifty years or so to reflect on a pivotal event in the political sphere that has…

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The Crazy World of Networks

The Crazy World of Networks

September 16, 2014

Julia Hobsbawm is Honorary Professor of Networking at CASS business school in London. I’ve just finished reading an interview with her in one of this week’s broadsheets. What strikes me…

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Diversity’s 216 Million Hits

September 16, 2014

Type the word ‘diversity’ into Google and the chances are, if you’re based in the UK, that your first hit will be the dance troupe of the same name, followed by…

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Brokering in a Digital Age

November 3, 2014

It’s been widely reported that one of the revolutions of the internet (and being accelerated by Artificial Intelligence) is its impact on traditional jobs. Many of these jobs are disappearing,…

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