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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.

Please give us your feedback on any of the articles listed by emailing:  news@wcomc.org

 

 

We made it....! The Lord Mayor's Abseil Challenge 2016....

Don't look down!... dropping over the edge of St Lawrence Jewry, to help replace two of the sea going vessels that have carried 4,600 Sea Cadets over the years....

Education and the Livery – what contribution can we make and why does it matter?

Dr Simon Davey spends an intriguing morning at the Livery Education Conference and comes back with ideas of how we can all make a difference and why we all need to...

Small notes from a Very Big Country - Part 1

Introduction to 1976 China, and a train journey....

 

On a Wing and a Prayer....!

Twirling his handlebar moustache, PM Edward Sankey takes control of a Tiger Moth....

"I want to break free" – Freddie Mercury....

Navigating, as a small Charity disentangles itself from the supportive but suffocating embrace of a large Charity....

In defence of doubt....

Core to management consulting and building business success is maintaining a sceptical approach....

Strategy Under Uncertainty....

Predicting the future is quite a difficult endeavour.  Even the best practitioners get it wrong almost all the time....

Taken for a ride....

Asked what he was doing, and told that it wasn't funny,  a management consultant struggles to get his assignment into reverse....

Destination Grand Cayman ...

... in which the IPM and his wife take a short break in the Caribbean 

Have you ever wondered if holiday competitions are real and have prize winners?

Well - YES they do, based on a survey of one... And all Ann did was click "Enter" on The Times+ Online.

And NO - in anticipation of Brexit, this was not a trip to check the status of their overseas accounts!! (What overseas accounts?)

It was a chance to see, amongst other things, Blue Iguanas, the highly endangered species that are now being nurtured back into a self-sustaining colony, and also to swim with StingRays, get sunburnt and so on..... So for a quick report from the islands west of Cuba, click here.

Women in leadership - the economic case for quotas for Women....

For we consultants it is important that we focus on what affects a company's competitive position.  There is mounting evidence that an organisation's performance improves as the gender and diversity mix gets better....

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