Monthly Archives: May 2012

Politicians, listen to us!

Dear Anne I write to you as a father, human, and concerned citizen. Babies and children are being killed. At the same age as my children, 6, 3, and 1. We invade, kill, and justify intervention in many countries in … Continue reading

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Old dogs, new tricks?

Let me start by saying, this is not about age. Have been attending a technology for business event. Lots of discussions on emerging technologies and the application / opportunity for business. I can’t help but feel that the real value … Continue reading

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Preventing disruption

Large companies that are established, traditional and with significant market share face a difficult challenge. How to compete with startup businesses that are agile, fast, employ new or emerging technology and with a close connection to customers; disrupt the established … Continue reading

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Organisational insanity

“‘The right hand doesn’t know what the left hand is doing.” How often can this be applied to businesses – in many sizes and shapes. We had the effects of this recently in Financial Services; where the Risk and Revenue … Continue reading

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