Diversity in the workplace wins every time

Diversity in the workplace wins every time

I am not convinced that in 2019 I should need to be writing about this. Sadly, the fact remains that in many places we are a long way short of truly diverse workplaces. We will get there far quicker when people recognise the business as well as social and moral...
5 Benefits to having a diverse workplace

5 Benefits to having a diverse workplace

Diversity at work has been a bit of a hot topic recently, with more and more businesses and even entire industries admitting the diversity (or lack thereof) is a problem for them. From the building industry to charitable organisations and technology are all struggling...
Do Icebergs of Ignorance Need Saving?

Do Icebergs of Ignorance Need Saving?

It’s now over 25 years since Sidney Yoshida first presented his study on the “Iceberg of Ignorance”. It’s not unfair to suggest that the polar ice caps have in that time melted considerably more rapidly than the Iceberg of Ignorance. The Iceberg of Ignorance...
A Car Crash in the Making

A Car Crash in the Making

It has been interesting to watch the VW saga unfold.   Like many of these things, it is also pretty sad for many of those involved.  It will be equally interesting to see where it takes us – and whether VW can actually recover. At the time of writing...
Where Louis Van Gaal got it wrong

Where Louis Van Gaal got it wrong

For those who aren’t football fans (soccer if you are reading in the US), Manchester United recently lost to Chelsea 1-0 in the English Premiere League having dominated much of the game.  Louis Van Gaal gave a post-match interview to Guy Mowbray of the BBC’s...