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Ethos Matcher

Started by Peter Feltham in Hub: Cities on Monday. 0 Replies

Adrian Ulysse, MD of Ethos Smart, has asked me to pass on a request to any member that would like to help us with thoughts about our "Re-Imagining the High Street" project that is currently underway.…Continue

Tags: Cities, Matcher, Ethos

Member of the Month

Started by Annabelle Lambert in Membership. Last reply by John Brooker Jul 18. 77 Replies

MEMBER OF THE MONTH - July 2014John BrookerHow did you…Continue

Ethos Connect

Started by Robert Pye in Membership. Last reply by Robert Pye Jun 2. 2 Replies

Ethos history and operation (updated 01/06/14 - thank Katharine for improving the text) Ethos shares a vision about…Continue

Collaborative Commons

Started by Robert Pye in Briefings May 30. 0 Replies

After reading Jeremy Rifkins book…Continue


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1 How to Enhance Whole Team Discussion

How to Enhance Whole Team Discussion

Added by John Brooker on July 16, 2014

2 Member of the Month

Member of the Month

Posted by Annabelle Lambert on January 9, 2012

3 For the data visualisers

For the data visualisers

Added by Peter Feltham on July 14, 2014

4 MDM - the one that got away;)

MDM - the one that got away;)

Added by Annabelle Lambert on July 17, 2014

5 Prem, Richard and Will

Prem, Richard and Will

Added by Annabelle Lambert on July 17, 2014




Blog Posts

Lunda Grattons new book "the Key"

Posted by Robert Pye on July 30, 2014 at 14:21 0 Comments

Published last month (and I've just read it) after spending a morning with her hotspots research team Lyndas latest book the key argues how corporations (which she sees as really no more than the individuals who inhabit them) are the key to solving the worlds biggest problems from youth unemployment to climate change.

"HA" I hear you say what utter nonsense.  This cannot possibly compete with shortermism and shareholder value.

The long and short of the book is that it's compelling backed by tons of research and evidence and there are some great stories of how this is actually happening.  

I'm going to be gathering our own evidence in support of this thesis too.

If you want a short 10 minute overview then listen to Peter Days interview on radio 4.  Lynda is certainly tackling the most sticky issues head on.  If anyone is capable of convincing people of an alternative scenario (to total systemic failure) it is Lynda...

London Dashboard

Posted by Peter Feltham on July 22, 2014 at 12:24 2 Comments

Boris & Co are gradually improving their London Dashboard as time goes by and more data is enfolded. Here's the link if you want to find it:

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