CMCE Symposium  15th Nov:  An evening with Tom Peters
Shop Talk 28th Nov:  Managing & Mismanaging Change

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On this tab we list our recent news articles, many of which are included in our regular newsletters sent to Company members.  The articles are listed in reverse chronological order with the most recent first.

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Five go mad in Fidenza....!

It was all going so well...until our dance teacher arrived.  Not that she wasn't charming, professional and utterly committed.  However....

Germany’s Election at the end of September was supposed to be dull..!   

 But now Angela Merkel has the complex task of forming a "Jamaica" coalition.  Rumours are proliferating about what happens next....

 “Once More Unto The Rock, Dear Friends, Once More”....!

One of the three classic offshore races, for many sailors the Fastnet is still regarded as Everest... PM Edward Sankey navigates...

The inaugural Urwick Lecture: 11 September 2017

Professors Will Harvey and Tim Morris discuss their research, which focuses on how management consultancies can change their reputations...

Stop the Rot....

Re-framing Corporate Governance for Directors and Politicians.... 

WIMBLEDON 2017: Winners, Losers, Injuries and Inequality....

The One-Two, Spin and Smash... from our Tennis Correspondent on Markham Hill....

"A great modern Livery Company can only be built from a lot of small things done well...”

It is in the last 1,000 years that we must look today to discover what it takes to be a great livery company for the next 1,000 years....

 

We went to the races at Sandown Park and won the Cup!

Management Consultants scorched the Daytona Circuit, raising record heat...

VINTRY & DOWGATE Summer Party....

Summer Party - Monday 10th July 2017....

Dear Friends

Changing The Way We Think About Change....

Change is a force to be recognised and there can be significant organisational consequences if its impacts are not managed, as the established 70% failure benchmark for change programmes illustrates only too well....

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