Tag: economic depression

Red, Green and Personal

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Red, Green and Personal

As I set off on my Sunday morning run, I said to myself “don’t think about your blog”. I’d been having trouble getting this blog to work. I wanted to write about the relationship between circular economy and other fundamental changes that people are trying to achieve – but it kept coming out abstract and, […]

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The Darkness

Filed in Episode 3 by on April 15, 2013 6 Comments
The Darkness

These are dark times, let’s face it. We’re still deep in the worst economic depression since the 1930’s and the number of people one knows personally who are directly hit by it just increases.

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How The Light Gets In

Filed in Episode 1 by on April 5, 2013 3 Comments
How The Light Gets In

The rate of change, the number of sources of change and the impact of change are at an unprecedented level in human history. Has it now reached such a pitch that change itself is a paradigm changing phenomenon, regardless of the content of the change?

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Love in the Time of Cholera: How to do Business in a Recession

Filed in Other Published Articles, Urban Times by on February 23, 2013 0 Comments
Love in the Time of Cholera: How to do Business in a Recession

A consultant posted a plaintive cry on an online consultancy user forum recently asking for ideas on how you can motivate staff when you have nothing to offer in the way of cash, promotions or training and when they might even face redundancy. Tough indeed. But common enough in the current environment. We’re in the middle (yes, I think it’s still […]

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