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Near-misses and failure: Part 1November 13, 2018

Drawing on two high-profile examples, Sean Brady suggests that attitudes toward near-misses can sometimes result in complacency – with catastrophic consequences
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Why do most change initiatives fail?October 2, 2018

Managing change initiatives means tackling the gravitational pull of company culture, the ingrained habits, the unwritten rules as to how things are done – and always involves battling established norms and the egos associated with the status quo, writes James Sweetman
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Grenfell: A year on, here’s what we know went wrongOctober 2, 2018

There is no doubt that changes are needed to prevent this catastrophe from happening again, and they include new regulation for high-rise buildings and the use of flammable materials in their construction, writes Konstantinos Daniel Tsavdaridis
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What modern leadership is all aboutSeptember 4, 2018

In a rapidly changing and uncertain world, organisational effectiveness and success is less dependent on the individual star leader blazing a trail and more dependent on the collective genius, writes James Sweetman