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Levelling the playing field

It’s hard to believe in the 21st century, but there has been a significant, recent decline in the number of women in Executive roles in FTSE 250 companies, and no progress among the FTSE 100. These data are shown in the latest update to the Cranfield University FTSE Women on Boards report, released last month.

Article by: Juliette Alban-Metcalfe | Published: 2 October 2018

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Revitalise – putting the zest into OD

Progressive organisations are routinely looking for a significant edge over the competition that can enable increased market share, fertile revenue streams and sustainable growth. Such objectives highlight the need for astute OD practitioners who can rise above the ‘corporate noise.

Article by: | Published: 10 May 2016

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It’s not about change – it’s about control

I stared at the blank screen in disbelief. I prodded the power button, it burst into life and then died again. It was 9.30pm at night, dark and I was somewhere deep in the Provence countryside. Article by Dominic Irvine, founder of Epiphanies LLP.

Article by: | Published: 13 October 2014

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Out of control – lessons from the back

As the cardamom flavoured milk was passed to me to try my heart sank. I don’t like the mouth feel of milk and am indifferent to its flavour. I had little choice, I was surrounded by delegates at a workshop in Saudi Arabia where we were testing new juice and dairy products and they were looking at me expectantly. Article by Dominic Irvine, founder of Epiphanies LLP.

Article by: | Published: 2 September 2014

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Controlling the maelstrom

Too many organisational development initiatives blow out before they’ve had a chance to impact on anything. Ray McGrath, Execution Practice Leader at FranklinCovey (UK and Ireland), explains how to apply some key principles to start your next programme and keep it on track.

Article by: | Published: 2 June 2014