Arguably the most important thing anyone can bring to a start-up organisation is a can-do and positive attitude. Have a look at Wally Kozak’s Eagles and Ducks here for some light relief on a serious point. I love it.
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Exciting news – our new website has now launched. It’s full to the brim with exciting news and customer reviews. Easy access to Rocket product information and updated team profiles, it’s fresh and new.
With economic uncertainty hitting donations and government and council grants being cut, charities are finding it harder to compete. So how can charities thrive? To achieve a greater reward, greater risk must be undertaken. Do existing management teams have commercial awareness? Do they have the right experience and skill-set to mitigate these risks?
We live in an extraordinary age. Ever since the dawn of mathematics our world has sought to become ever more engineered. In this process, we accept the need to collect more and more data. Data used to be kept in nice little packets. However, security specialists the world over identify that users’ data is now […]
Alex Ferguson (image above); “Who is on the pitch and are they capable of getting the ball in the net?” Napoleon was right, we are a nation of shopkeepers. 96.7% of all UK Businesses (and a similar number in the U.S.) turnover less than one million. So, why can’t perfectly good businesses scale up? I […]
I apologise now if you were looking for insights from either Alan Sugar or Donald Trump… that kind of apprentice has no place in this blog post. If you recognise the man in the photo above, you are one of a select group, who I might have one or two things in common… Tomohiro Nishikado […]
Have you read Steven Pinker’s book, The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature? For decades much of the social sciences have subscribed to the theory that the mind is born as a blank slate. Therefore presuming it is without rules for processing data, a structure formed by experience through parenting, environment, socialising and […]
Like many young upstarts fresh-faced out of university, my first taste of full time employment was on a rotational graduate scheme. As such a grad, every six months or so you find yourself whisked off to a new team, a new role, new challenges: all good stuff.
CEO’s are hired or start companies invariably because the shareholder that hires them or the shareholder within them wants to make money. A shareholder’s request of any CEO is a simple one: “Show me the money”. That’s where it ends. A CEO must answer this call.