Arthur liked to tinker with engines. All engines really, but aeroplanes in particular. When the new plane arrived he set to taking it apart and putting it back together again. Conditions in the far north of Australia were hot and harsh. He had to modify the original design of both
It was 9 am Monday morning and I settled in the back of a strategy roadshow clutching my coffee. The CEO of the organisation was getting ready to speak. I sat down and looked around. There was a quiet sense of anticipation. Folk looked fresh and ready to listen. Great!
“What business are we actually in?” — I heard the CEO of a large manufacturing company ask his team in the middle of a workshop. It was the beginning of a strategy review which would take them into completely new territories. I was a strategy facilitator standing at the side of
The covid-19 pandemic has shown us what we have always known but mostly choose to ignore; that we live in uncertainty and unexpected events can happen at any time. The next half century will have many of these unexpected events relating to disease, climate, famine, war, and pollution. The question