The key to productivity is… “a Not-To-Do-List”

The key to productivity is… “a Not-To-Do-List”

“‘TO DO or NOT TO DO’ – this is the list question!”   No surprise there, obviously, but perhaps the number of tools available to help us be more productive is a surprise. There are literally hundreds of apps out there to support us in our...
‘Gratitude is the sign of noble souls’

‘Gratitude is the sign of noble souls’

“Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.” Melody Beattie …..so the idiom goes. At first thought we might think ok it’s just a saying, but there’s science behind this idiom that does prove that we are happier...
‘Andragogy and our Learning Culture’

‘Andragogy and our Learning Culture’

“Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death.” Albert Einstein Adult learning was studied by Malcolm Shepherd Knowles in the 1960’s and ‘The Modern Practice of Adult Education: Andragogy v’s Pedagogy’, released in 1970. The term ‘Andragogy’...
Book Review – The Infinite Game – Simon Sinek

Book Review – The Infinite Game – Simon Sinek

“We cannot choose the game. We cannot choose the rules. We can only choose how we play”, so the back cover of Simon Sinek’s new book goes. This book is a superb follow up to Leaders Eat Last which you’ll find on our recommended reading list on the website, please feel...
Silo and the Hinge

Silo and the Hinge

Concentrating efforts on the Hinge rather than the Silo might win the battle.   55% of companies still work in silos[1] which is a shocking statistic when it’s reckoned that silos cost the top 500 companies in America around $31.5 Billion a year[2]. You would...
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