Monthly Archives: October 2014

How Quickly We Forget

Have you thought of starting a business? Chances are you’ve picked up a help book somewhere along the line, you’ll recognise the type… “Business for Dummies”, “The Entrepreneur’s Manual”, “The Salesman’s Bible”, that sort of thing. Now, if you’ve gone the whole hog and actually started a company these books are probably languishing in a dusty corner of the house. Their usefulness confined to those times when this precise thought floats through your mind: “you know what, that’ll do”.

Crossrail and Management Culture

Crossrail Overview Not since the 1950′s has Britain witnessed such a vast and transformative investment undertaken to improve the country’s transportation infrastructure. 1954 marked a stark turning point in Britain; still recovering from the effects of the 2nd World War. The ‘Modernisation Plan’ introduced the means of increasing speed, reliability and line capacity of the British railways. Despite being deemed a failure for missing the opportunity to cater to changes in culture in the Post-World War climate, the ‘Modernisation Plan’

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