Blog Article Collection

Sailing in a Complex World Published on September 9th, 2015

In the late 1970s ‘colourful’ Perth businessman, Alan Bond, made a few attempts on the famed America’s Cup sailing trophy. His boat, Australia, was fast, but not quite fast enough t … Continue reading »

The Value of Clarity Published on August 27th, 2015

While the Dengate family landline has been beset by an annoying background buzz of late, our phone connection isn’t the only thing lacking clarity.Also decidedly unclear is the nature of the act … Continue reading »
We’ve had several recent conversations with national and overseas regulators as well as some of the organisations they oversee.It’s been interesting to listen to both sides of the issue ab … Continue reading »

The Power of Choice Published on August 12th, 2015

I think it is fair to say that no one likes to be told what to do. Most people like to have choice over their actions; they appreciate autonomy and freedom to work things out. Yet we have structured … Continue reading »

The Commercial Benefits of Collaboration Published on August 5th, 2015

When I ask people what they think collaboration means, a common response is that it’s about working together to achieve a common goal. On the whole, I agree. It’s not a bad definition. B … Continue reading »
What can the craft of acting teach us about collaborating more effectively?After seeing my brother-in-law perform in a recent amateur dramatic production in Sydney, I suspect quite a lot. Featuring f … Continue reading »
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