In the Victorian era, accident rates were far higher than today yet at the time were considered regrettable, but just the way things are. How about modern attitudes to data?
This year’s Institute of Asset Management lecture was given by cognitive psychologist and specialist in leadership performance, behavioural change and culture, Javier Bajer. Javier explained in a very engaging manner three fallacies about change and I thought the final one makes a
A recent Twitter conversation with Sarah Burnett (a leading UK public sector analyst) was the trigger for this slightly tongue in cheek blog post. Sarah originally posted the following tweet: Which is an astounding statistic. Sarah and I then the
There are many words and phrases which some would consider dangerous. Arguably the two which are most dangerous are the words “I’ll just….” followed by another statement. Read on for some examples…
We recently hosted two US students visiting the UK on the “People to People” programme. Our children’s school plays host to the “Homestay” section of the programme. The US students stay with a UK family with kids of around the