Organisational Vision – a waste of time?

This week I have been working with a client that has lost its sense of being, purpose and direction, and with Caja have been supporting them to create a new vision for the future as well as helping them understand and focus on what they are actually here for in the shape of a mission.…

Collective Knowledge, Agility and Flexibility – Challenging Existing Consulting Models

Organisations have in the past believed that if they wanted access to thought leadership, innovation, expertise and knowledge then the natural course of action was to work with one of the larger consulting or service provider firms. However, this also often brought with it traditional monolithic behaviours, that stifled innovation and entrepreneurship, exactly what they were being…

Forget the deck chairs – find the life jackets

How often have you experienced change driven by ‘revolution’ rather than ‘evolution’? in times where the business environment feels more turbulent than ever, it’s not uncommon to see executives embark on frequent reorganisations in response to the world changing around them, or as we often experience in large organisations, an enforced change of leadership when…

Wellbeing in the Workplace

Technology and processes are usually top of the list when a business decides to look at optimising it’s operational capability. As much as business managers intellectually know that people are for most companies, one of, if not the major cost, there are still only a few companies who are seriously investing in the wellbeing of…

Local Government Devolution Vs. Brexit

Probably like many of you I am having some difficulty getting to the bottom of the Brexit vs Remain debate. In some ways the decision we are facing is similar to that we face every general election.