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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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"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....

 

A view from Normandy.....

....not only is it definitely foreign, our village contains aboulangerie (of course), 2 epiceries, a boucherie and 7 or 8 restaurants.  And all in a place of 600 souls....

In a moment of madness at the end of 2012, Reena Pastakia quit her job and signed up for an Intensive Cordon Bleu Diploma course.....

Could you knock up puff pastry whilst simultaneously de-boning a poussin and making a cake ....?

 

And now……Be Creative!

Moving corporate thinking from "...it's not possible..." to "...maybe it just could be possible!"

 

The Joys of International Consulting....

11th hour visa;  windowless rooms;  locked in - and then locked out;  Past Master Bob Garratt relies heavily on a small Swiss Army knife during a routine 5-day assignment in Saudi Arabia....

 

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