Monthly Archives: April 2014


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Apr 2014

Speed (Kills…!) Go Faster?!

The ‘elephant in the room’, the subject that most businesses fail to address head-on, is speed. Speed, actually, is just about the only thing that really matters.   Speed of response Speed of decision-making Speed of action Speed of getting back to people Speed of getting feedback Speed of changing direction Speed of creating subtle changes or modifying your action or responding to the environment...

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Small Businesses Are Missing Out By Ignoring Customer Data

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Apr 2014

Small Businesses Are Missing Out By Ignoring Customer Data

Around 96 per cent of businesses in the UK today have a single employee. For that person it can be a pretty stressful job functioning as CEO, Financial Director, Chief Marketing Officer and IT Manager all rolled into one, but here’s one more thing to remember: collecting and maximising your customer data could make the difference between business success and failure. Some small businesses, especially...

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The Understanding Model

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Apr 2014

The Understanding Model

There are a number of models which set out to explain understanding. Some are highly complicated but we find this simple model effective and easy to explain.


The Definitive Book On Leadership

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Apr 2014

The Definitive Book On Leadership

What is it about leadership that prevents someone from writing the definitive book? If you visit Amazon, the on-line bookshop, and enter “leadership” into the search facility, it will bring up 84,187 titles (02.02.14). Reading one book a day, it would take 281 years to read them all – and new titles are being added each week! So what is it about leadership that prevents...

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