The insight behind Switch Thinking

The insight behind Switch Thinking

I am fortunate in that my work carries me all over Australia and Asia. It was during one of these trips after I spoke at a conference I settled down to a nice lunch and I noticed something wonderful. The person next to me started talking to me in English then when...
The easiest way to switch your thinking

The easiest way to switch your thinking

Sometimes we get stuck. Here’s why. We form thinking patterns based on our past experiences. These patterns are our assumptions, beliefs, expectations and attitudes. They inform our ideas, solutions, actions and to some extent our feelings. These thinking...
Can organisations have wicked problems?

Can organisations have wicked problems?

Can a medium to large organisations or businesses have wicked problems? In a thought-provoking article in 1973, HWJ Rittel and MM Webber coined the phrase ‘wicked problems’ to describe a particular type of social, government or policy planning challenge....

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