Author Archives: John Cunningham

Do the right thing or Don’t change anything

If you’re planning organisational change within your business, my first piece of advice to you is don’t do it. Don’t do it unless you have investigated all other alternatives Don’t do it if it’s an attempt to cost cut to… » Read more

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Execute your strategy with a mop and a bucket

The biggest challenge in any business is execution of its strategy; the key to successful execution is alignment. The apocryphal quotation attributed to the Janitor of when asked, “what he was doing?” whilst John F Kennedy was touring NASA in… » Read more

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No thanks, but good luck with your calls for the rest of the day.

            In the last couple of days I have been called on the phone by, A company offering me their HR services?  There are only 2 of us work at the company and we’re both… » Read more

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Communicating Organisational Change: Getting Your Story Straight

I have been doing quite a bit of work lately that involves dealing with teams of people going through periods of organisational change. This in itself is not surprising, I am unlikely ever to get a call which says “John,… » Read more

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5 Rules of Responding to Tenders

There are many things to consider when responding to a tender.  Tender responses take time, money and resource, both for the selling and the buying organisation. These 5 rules might help you make the most of the tender opportunities that… » Read more

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