Monthly Archives: September 2011

Somehow We Had A Social Life

Back in the Dark Ages – by which I mean the mid 1980s – a time before mobile phones, let alone Facebook, we somehow managed to enjoy a vibrant social life.  We relied on something far more potent than technology: we understood human behaviour.  In practical terms this meant that we could predict, with a reasonably level [...]

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Aristotle and the England Rugby Team

As a Welsh rugby supporter it pains me to say it, but I hope Martin Johnson’s enlightened management style pays dividends in the forthcoming world cup. England’s coach has demonstrated a smart understanding of man management and human psychology by announcing that he intends to treat his players like adults. In the press conference that [...]

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