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Blackett Lecture 2019: lessons from winning Olympic gold for building a better world

On Wednesday night I attended the OR Society’s annual Blackett Lecture which was given by Professor Philip Bond (Professor of Creativity and Innovation at the University of Manchester, a Fellow at Oxford and Visiting Professor at Bristol University). His topic was “From high-performance teams to a high-performance economy; lessons from winning Olympic gold for building … Continue reading

OR Society Impact Magazine: Dachshunds – getting back to basics

The latest Impact Magazine from the OR Society includes an article I’ve written describing work I’ve done in the world of canine health improvement. In my hobby-life, I’m Chairman of the Dachshund Breed Council and we have been proactive in collecting health data on the breed and using it to inform our Health Strategy. I … Continue reading

From high performance teams to a high performance economy – the Blackett Lecture 2019 – book now

27 November 2019, The Royal Society, London WHEN Wednesday 27 November 2019, 16:30 WHERE The Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton Terrace, London SW1Y 5AGProfessor Philip Bond is The OR Society’s 2019 Blackett Lecturer. He has twice held the Guinness World Record for the memorisation of pi, worked as a hedge fund manager and trader, solved problems in F1, aerospace and Olympic-level sport, … Continue reading

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