Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Start up of You and The Alliance

These are not books I’d recommend but I did want to capture the essence of them. For a start I was fascinated to read that the founder of Linked-In (and author of both these books) was part of the Pay-Pal … Continue reading

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Fortune favours the givers

Everyone likes to think of themselves as generous, so I avoided starting this post with an, “are you a giver?” question. In reading this latest book, I have had to confess that I certainly don’t come up to scratch when … Continue reading

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Michael Porter’s Social Progress Indicator

I’ve been a fan of Michael Porter since I read “The Competitive Advantage of Nations” and started thinking about innovation through the lens of Porter’s diamond, so I got excited when he launched the social progress indicator. The thing I … Continue reading

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