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  • The power of simply connecting
    on Jun 13, 2016 in growth marketing social media viral
    Why you need to get out more About thirty years ago, my hometown, Sydney, built a monorail. It was revolutionary at the time. It connected the city to museums, an exhibition centre and a few tourist spots. Trouble was, it didn’t connect to anyt...
  • The best thing about equilibrium? We're never there.
    on May 17, 2016 in action disruption ideas mindfulness
    You're better off being here  Equilibrium is embedded in the human psyche. Lurking behind science, culture and our daily lives is the idea that there can be a place where everything is in balance.  In economics, it’s where demand eq...
  • Go ahead, disrupt yourselfConverting anxiety to action Disruption is a big word. It impacts different people in different ways. Some see it as an opportunity; others a threat.  Yet both responses are a source of anxiety. Big shifts in the commercial environment change...
  • Choosing ideas that get traction
    on Mar 7, 2016 in ideas innovation start-ups
    Why a marriage of convenience works The test of any innovation is convenience. Does it make things easier? There are lots of inventions but few successes. Some are inspiring in their technical wizardry; others are aesthetically pleasing or inexpensi...
  • So what if there's a recessionCoping with cyclical inevitability.  Forecasts of recession are common this time of the year. Trawl through the financial press and you’ll see all sorts of gloomy predictions. Most will be wrong. Forecasters don’t have a great track...
  • Maintaining PassionThe case for delayed gratification What’s going to be special about 2016? You’ll be taking yourself with you, so it’ll be much the same as last year unless you make it different. I often fall victim to the massive annual to do lis...
  • Lucky you are not good at everything
    on Oct 7, 2015 in delegation leadership strengths
    Why delegation is at the core of leadership It was pretty obvious watching the Rugby World Cup: some players are hopeless at some things and really good at others. It’s the same for most team sports. You don’t have to be into rugby to g...
  • How to grow any business
    on Apr 14, 2015 in growth strategy
    You’ve probably already got what it takes There are several remarkable things about General Electric (GE). For a start, it’s been around for a while. Thomas Edison put it together in the late 1880s. It was one of the first entrants in t...
  • The Wisdom of the Loud
    on Mar 16, 2015 in innovation strategy
    Groupthink is alive and well, and often wrong I was warned at an early age. You can’t believe everything you read. And that was well before the internet was running fast and loose with the truth. I was later alarmed to find Mark Twain didn&rs...
  • The power of downtime
    on Dec 22, 2014 in leadership management productivity
    Does doing nothing really help? It’s sometimes hard to throttle back at this time of the year. After all, weren’t you going to get all that stuff finished by the middle of December? It is often the result of the goals we set 12 months a...
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