Two Tales of Participative Strategy: #2 Blue Cross

By |2016-07-20T15:01:52+01:00May 23rd, 2016|

Two Tales of Participative Strategy Changing the story for the Blue Cross Animal lovers will all know Blue Cross. Sameer Pathak, Head of Internal Communication and Engagement, invited Engage for Change to design their Leadership Conference 2016, an off site for 80 leaders. The theme was Changing the story for Blue Cross and the aim [...]

Two Tales of Participative Strategy: #1 Stewarts Law

By |2016-07-20T15:02:18+01:00May 10th, 2016|

Two Tales of Participative Strategy Stewarts Law: Past, Present, Future For the second year running Stewarts Law, the international litigation practice, invited John Smythe to design and facilitate their business strategy meeting attended by the top 50 or so lawyers. The meeting had to meet two objectives; provide robust solutions to deliver the near term [...]

Evcom – The Film and Events Association’s Annual Bash

By |2015-07-14T09:32:59+01:00July 13th, 2015|

John argued that under command and control elites use internal communication to communicate what has been decided by the few to the many. In that sense film and video (and other traditional comms) is a cypher to get content over and understood. The problem is that the recipients are cast as spectators of others’ decisions [...]

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