Schools4Future

Published: 9th June

Schools4Future aims at providing affordable education for children in India by combining quality education with sound business management. Families from poor backgrounds will have the possibility to send their children to school, where they will have a safe and supportive environment, as well as being provided with food and good preparation for their further academic journey, by paying a marginal tuition in cash or trash. More than 6000 tons o...

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You Lost, You Failed. What’s Next?

Published: 9th June

Losing and Failing.  Something we all experience in our lives, sometimes big and sometimes small, but is losing the end of the world?  And how do leaders deal with losing? Look at our party leaders: Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage, all losers last week and no longer leaders of their respective parties.  A political loss is an extremely difficult one, and one that cannot be learnt from in the same way that many of us hav...

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When you make bold promises – you have to deliver them

Published: 9th June

We have just lived through the most hotly contested election in living memory.  It was not that long ago when the British electorate were presented with a choice of 3 parties only, and nearly 90% of the electorate always voted and voted in near equal measure for either the Labour Party or the Tories. The world of politics have moved from that period of certainty, to a new period of nothing but uncertainty.  So much so, that only abou...

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Consultants Have All The Answers… Depends On Who’s Asking?

Published: 28th April

The world of business has changed radically, and last night from our esteemed panel, we all took away that consulting has also changed, but perhaps nowhere near as radically.   We heard from the large Bluechip Consulting Firms, and also heard from the small, agile and very focused boutique consulting firm.   There were striking similarities but tangible points of difference between the firms that our guest panellists worked ...

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