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Assignments and adventures

 
Members' Articles

Over recent years, our members have contributed a host of articles to our regular monthly newsletters. These articles have covered a wide range of topics, both personal and professional, around their work and travel. They are gathered here under this heading, in reverse chronological order.

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"Intergen" - a Charity bringing older and younger people together in secondary and primary schools....

To set up a YouTube channel for the Intergen programme, Liveryman Brian Ing needs 100 Subscribers!  Calling on WCoMC members to subscribe - even if only short term....

Wines fine from Rhine....

Not singing drinking songs while travelling in a splitter van, the intrepid Wine Club do their duty in the Southern Rhineland....

"To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive..." Robert Louis Stevenson (1850 – 1894) – El Dorado

72 hours worth of 30 minute delays - no suitcases, no briefcase and no briefcase contents - no addresses, no telephone numbers and no contact names at the other end....

Being “Past It” - life after being Master

or:  Master Management Consultant metamorphoses into Amateur Woodsman


The annual Ironbridge Event   

"Going Down, Anyone? ...."

Lord Mayor's Abseil Challenge - St Lawrence Jewry

A rare breed indeed....

Freeman Roger Williams navigates through a Case Study on a visitor attraction that provides care and support for adults with learning disability....

Sustenance and the City

Liveryman and gourmet chef,  Reena Pastakia - in the interests of managing our stress - leads us through the City, from the Duck and Waffle in the a.m. to the end of the day Worship Street Whistling Shop....

A book review?

While recovering from a skiing accident, Liveryman Alan Mitchell explores Shakespeare's shrewd understanding (management consultant-style ?) of the desired outcomes of the Tudors....

SHOP TALK - on 16 February 2016....

A session on Networking within transformational change projects in large organisations; Networking Etiquette : 2 is company, read the signals, excuse me please; the importance of having a position statement - for 30 second lift or full tender presentations....

The Corporate Governance Round Table's Human Capital Debate...

...chaired by PM Bob Garratt and sponsored by the WCoMC....

 

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