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Matt Matheson

Matt
Matheson

Why having Improv on the Meaning line up is important.

As an improviser who uses improv to help our client teams bette...
Tom Nixon

Tom
Nixon

Where does the purpose of a company come from?

I wrote a piece on Medium about three models for finding and workin...
Max St John

Max
St John

Designing a business for emergence and complexity

Here at NM HQ, we're using a new approach to redesigning our bu...
Euan Semple

Euan
Semple

Transformation or Tinkering?

This is the title of the talk I am delivering this week at HR Tech ...
Matt Matheson

Matt
Matheson

How the Playful conference links to our work on behaviour change through improvisation

As a consultant who uses improvisation to help our clients work...
Belinda Gannaway

Belinda
Gannaway

The changing world of business communication

A significant characteristic of a collaborative organisation is a c...
Caroline Yetman

Caroline
Yetman

What does it really mean to be a democratic business?

NixonMcInnes is one of the top democratic companies in the world, r...
Matt Matheson

Matt
Matheson

Weekly improv drop in classes at NixonMcInnes – every Friday lunchtime.

It's clear that in the 21st century, businesses and individuals...
Belinda Gannaway

Belinda
Gannaway

Tea, cake & social collaboration – a learning and sharing session

The world of the social collaboration lead is largely unchartered t...
Anna Carlson

Anna
Carlson

Building a successful internal network globally – lessons from the frontline with Telefonica

Last week, I had a very interesting chat with the lovely Jennifer H...
Matt Matheson

Matt
Matheson

How having 4 walls can set you free… (A creative workshop structure)

We’ve been doing a lot of facilitation for our clients here at NM...
Jenni Lloyd

Jenni
Lloyd

“No one of us is smarter than all of us” – why radical times call for radical business practices

Last week I spoke at the Chief Strategy Officer Summit in London. ...