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Webinar 29th April: Remotely Managing Homeworkers Effectively

My colleague John Eary will be running a webinar in conjunction with the British Library Business and IP Centre. John has assisted over 40 organisations to adopt new ways of working. John is the author of a new book, Agile Working and the Digital Workspace published by Business Expert Press. The cost of the webinar is £36 … Continue reading

Webinar with Dr Phil Driver: Framing strategy when emerging from a crisis

If dozens or even hundreds of stakeholders are required to implement a strategy after a major crisis then it is essential that they can all understand it and know exactly what they need to do. The simple yet rigorous OpenStrategies system creates and validates such strategies. Phil’s webinar (hosted by the Association for Project Management) … 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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