Growth and Innovation: insight, creation, delivery.

Sustainable, value-enhancing long term growth is very difficult for most organisations to achieve.

We enable our clients to see their organisation more joined-up, their competition more vividly and their market more susceptible to alternative choices.

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On Our Radar

Wednesday 15th October 2014

Foundation Forum – Where’s my mojo gone? What happens when you’ve forgotten why people liked you?

Success that lasts forever. How ridiculous. And yet how common in our unspoken assumptions about the organisations we work in.

When it all comes together and a team or a whole business is riding on a wave of confidence, it all seems …

Monday 28th July 2014

Foundation Forum – Tackling the innovator’s dilemma – when to defend your core, when to disrupt your sector (or be disrupted…)

Held at Wayra, the Telefonica-owned start-up accelerator, the topic of this Forum was ‘Tackling the innovator’s dilemma – when to defend your core, when to disrupt your sector (or be disrupted…).’ The speakers were Natalie Ceeney whose current responsibility is improving

Monday 16th June 2014

Book review – The Frugal Innovator: Creating change on a shoestring budget by Charles Leadbeater

This book is about an important idea, but is it an important book?

The Frugal Innovator tackles the issue of how 10 billion people will need to work out how to live on our planet. It does it in a …

Category: News & Views
Wednesday 28th May 2014

Engaging customers through understanding and connecting with their passions & interests

Yesterday morning we hosted a breakfast for a number of our clients and friends to meet with Drew Thompson & Clive Humby of Starcount. They shared a number of fascinating points of view and insights from their work which we thought …

Category: News & Views
Monday 12th May 2014

Foundation Forum – Well done, you’re fired. Why growing a business means changing the team

This Forum’s essay question was ‘Well done, you’re fired. Why growing a business means changing the team’. The speakers were FTSE 100 Group HR Director Andrew Harley (Ladbrokes plc), whose first job was changing the CEO, and whose previous jobs