Healthcare

Caja Color Obstacle Run 2020 – Big Tiny Steps Appeal

Our office manager, Charlotte Weber, unexpectedly gave birth at 25 weeks to baby Alice. Alice was rushed to numerous hospitals and arrived at Liverpool Women's when she was 2 weeks old. Liverpool Women’s Hospital cared for Alice over a period...

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...

Nudging Behaviour in Primary Care

Since the mid-1990s, the concept of Nudge has developed as a means of influencing behaviour and decision making by individuals and groups across a number of sectors; in fact we are all subjected to subtle messaging and visual prompts every...

Artificial Intelligence & Automation – Opportunity or Threat?

Articles about Artificial Intelligence (AI) have fascinated me for years – I remember discussions about the scary world of neural networks nearly 20 years ago when studying an Engineering degree. More than ever it’s an area that is developing at...

Leadership books who needs them – just follow Gareth Southgate

We have spent a lot of time at Caja in the last 12 months talking about leadership, including 'Top 1% Leaders', I think we now have someone who demonstrates the real power of leadership and is certainly a Top...

Improving the odds in delivering successful change programmes

Can organisations improve the odds, of delivering successful change programme outcomes?The answer is obviously ‘yes’!Most organisations embark on big transformation and change programmes, with a business case. This will include defined...

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...

Astronauts tips for living in space – or anywhere

Many of us are experiencing a new way of working (and living) - being based at home with no colleagues and more...

Keep Calm & Adapt

Planning, Planning, Planning was the mantra drummed into me throughout my military career which, to be fair, has been a great discipline...

Nudge, don’t nag

I'm known as the persistent nag in the office, so I've found this article from McKinsey interesting and will try to be...

A look into AI driven project scheduling

In my role as Resource Liaison, I've been looking into resource scheduling the past couple of weeks. Thought this was an interesting...