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Hit me with your rhythm strategy

It may begin with the best intentions but, unless your strategy fits into the rhythm of the business, it’s no reason to be cheerful. When your strategy process is embedded and rhythmic you can both manage today and shape tomorrow. Some organisations treat their business strategy in much the same way as you might treat…

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Team building in the Peak District

To help bond a newly formed team following a significant business restructure, we designed and delivered a two-day Peak District retreat for our clients. Our base a fantastic bunkhouse in the Peak District, in the beautiful Hope Valley.

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Blitzscaling

From the authors of New York Times bestsellers, The Alliance and The Start-up of You, comes a smart and accessible must-have guide for budding entrepreneurs everywhere.

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Archi’s Jottings

The ryhmn and perspectives of meetings that work together to ensure an organisation runs well and that meetings aren’t ‘the worst’ part of peoples working week.

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The Rise of the Ultra Runners

Unquestionably it provides a stimulating introduction to ultra-running and ultra-runners. The author uses two simple devices to add drama and tension and through these creates something of a story to underpin the exporation of the sport.

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Archi’s Jottings

Week ending 27/10/19 What we worked on This week presented a commonly observed quandary: Should a new hire enjoy a ‘honeymoon’ period before we measure them or set objectives? OKR’S — Objectives and Key Results Our client a sheetmetal business hired a new Operations Leader, there was a small gap between the previous leaver and the new starter and the…

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Hardmoors 110

Ten years old, this year, the event is known for its’ difficulty, camaraderie, and the race organisers ambivalence to reporting accurate distances.

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Archi’s Jottings

Week ending 20/10/19 The Net Promoter Formula What we worked on Moving from large corporations to regional and independent businesses as an executive, taught me many things, one lesson learned the hard way is that a smaller company does not make change or improvement easier, just different. One of the obvious differences is that you very often have…

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Return to Namibia

Beyond the Ultimate (BTU) organise a series of races covering some of the harshest environments on Earth. They follow the now established multi-day, ultra distance, self-sufficient race format pioneered by Patrick Bauer’s Marathon des Sables.

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