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10 Top Tips from Successful Entrepreneurs

By Danielle Newnham Share I consider myself very lucky to have interviewed more than 300 entrepreneurs, founders and innovators and I am always amazed by their stories. From how they got started to the grit it took to succeed; their journeys are always different but they often face similar struggles. And what I take from … Continued

Back to the future: Artisan work and the return of the labour theory of value, pt. II; By Hung Lee

Share What is an artisan? From the Oxford English Dictionary: An artisan is a skilled craft worker who makes things by hand that are functional as well as decorative, for example furniture, clothing, food items, household items and tools or even mechanisms such as the handmade clockwork movement of a watchmaker. Artisans practice a craftand through experience and aptitude reach the expressive levels of an artist, though differ from artists in … Continued

Back To The Future: Artisan Work And The Return Of The Labour Theory Of Value, PT. I; By Hung Lee

Share When talking about the ‘future of work’, we might be forgiven for feeling that soon there may not be too much of it left for us to do. Another day, another example: a machine performing a complicated task at a speed and with a precision beyond the capability of the human beings who were … Continued

Why everyone needs a war room; by Ben Kay, UX Director at Cohaesus

Share You know those projects that need collaborative problem-solving as well as time and space to allow ideas to percolate? You know when you desperately want to book a meeting room to have a big discussion about a critical decision or juncture, but there aren’t any available until tomorrow? You know when you’re on the verge of an … Continued

Overwork doesn’t work; by Niall Purcell

In 1930 John Maynard Keynes suggested in his essay, “Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren”, that technological advances would allow people to work just 15 hours per week by the year 2030. Barring serious upheaval in the next 12 years, Keynes has been proven incorrect. Whilst the average work week declined throughout the 20th century, extreme … Continued

This Much I Know; How To Successfully Run A Business, by Scott Schuberg of Rivkin

I run a growing Australian financial services business named Rivkin, and in June this year I moved to London to create a business in Europe (can I still call it Europe?) that will allow us to reach new customers, extend our investment coverage, attract high-impact staff members with experience that differs from that in the … Continued

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