• The marvellous MINI

    In my last blog I talked about how we measure success in business. It seems quite an appropriate lead into this blog which celebrates the MINI. Sorry, the Mini. Lower case. Because it’s the Mini – the classic Issigonis designed…

  • Building success

    How do you measure business success? Is it the satisfaction of a cash positive, good week’s work for a sole trader, rewarded with a pint on Friday evening? Is it clever management and worker engagement that steers a company successfully…

  • The Bolt Beaters

    So London 2012 is over and the games have been declared a triumph. Whilst the closing ceremony was never going to be as spectacular as Danny Boyle’s acclaimed opener, it was a fitting end. In his closing speech Lord Coe…

  • Who dares be a fleet Olympian?

    The opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games takes place later today – the moment when Danny Boyle’s extravaganza, from what I’ve seen a somewhat bucolic interpretation of our green and pleasant land, kicks off. I’m e…

  • The indigestion of congestion

    It’s that sinking moment – when, suddenly, your day starts swiftly heading south. We’ve all been there: when you see that oh-so-deserved end-of-the-day beer before dinner slowly sinking away as you sail past the motorway exit road and just ahea…

  • Ghosts in the machine

    Occasionally, we’re fortunate enough for car makers to send along to our offices the odd model for assessment. Which is very kind of them. The rush for the keys is not so pleasant among staff but I usually find that…

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