Tag Archives: strategic initiatives

Digitise or Rethink?

One of the recent trends in modern corporations concerned with efficiency, carbon footprints and sustainability is replacing the traditional printed board pack (the large number of pages a Board member is required to read and review prior to an upcoming board … Continue reading

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The Few versus the Many . . .

This past week I had the opportunity to visit with a director from one of the largest FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) companies in the world.  They are headquartered in London so it was just a short ride on the underground … Continue reading

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Social Media and Strategy Execution

Like nearly everyone else on the planet with a smart phone or internet connection, I have a social media account and use twitter (not daily, but occasionally).  I use WordPress to post my blogs, Twitter to send out short messages … Continue reading

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Kicking Over Rocks . . .

When we were young my brother Jim and I would often go down to the creek by our house and play in the water.  One of the things we always seemed to do as we waded through the stream was … Continue reading

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