Monthly Archives: March 2011

Reducing costs without killing business

How do we decide what costs we should cut when making efficiency savings in our businesses? There are many ways to do this, but here is a method that you can use with staff, in a workshop environment. How to … Continue reading

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Eight Steps for successful Change

Getting change right is difficult. Doing it wrong is much easier. Here are eight steps that you can take to try to avoid making the mistakes of any number of change programmes. These tips are in not in any particular … Continue reading

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Increasing your network traffic

Have you ever wondered why there is only one eBay or only one Wikipedia? This is about the imbalance that popularity causes on the internet. It is as if there are only one or two places for each category of … Continue reading

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Growing your network

It starts with Homophily, defined by Wikipedia as “love of the same”. It is the tendency for us to group with others who are similar. It can apply to status, where people with similar social status associate with each other, … Continue reading

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