Theme: Pedagogy

“Ipsa scientia potestas est. Knowledge itself is power.” Attributed to Sir Francis Bacon In The Advancement of Learning (1605), lawyer, statesman, philosopher, and lord chancellor of England, Sir Francis Bacon, charted the map of knowledge: history…
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Art and The Heart

Illustration Niki Fisher ‘The Arts’ is a catch-all for modes of human expression that use skill or imagination in the creation of aesthetic objects, environments, or experiences that can be shared with others.…
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Office Archetypes

The workplace is the perfect place for people-watching.  Complex interpersonal dynamics play out during the 9-5, and distinct personalities jostle for air space.  With over 14 years in the shared…
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Pondering Productivity

When offices closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, working from home suddenly became the new normal. Now, as the world edges towards business as usual, many of us are…
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Productivity Puzzle

The Productivity Puzzle

Macro: The Productivity Puzzle Productivity is an economic term that refers to the measurement of output per unit of input. In the UK productivity has been measured in order to…
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Theme: Productivity

Two months in, and the WFH (working-from-home) novelty is wearing off. Sure, there’s no early morning commute and no need to do your hair, but there’s also no clear rhythm,…
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Theme: Wise Words

No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. – John Donne, 1624 Every April we look at…
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Working For Good

“A company is more than an economic unit generating wealth. It fulfils human and societal aspirations as part of the broader social system.” Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World…
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