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NixonMcInnes transition ceremony

I recently wrote a blog post about working with ritual design, thro...

A snapshot of how NixonMcInnes’ new decentralised model works in practice

We're all starting to settle into life after the big restructure of...

Goodbye (for now) from Max

It feels very weird (and exciting and scary) but I’ll just say it...

Beyond hierarchy & holacracy: Truly responsive organisations love authority

Here's an article I wrote over on Medium about the taboo around aut...

Meaning 2014: notes and resources all in one place

Lots of lovely blog posts, messages and musings have been appearing...

The simple beyond the complex (More thoughts on the NHS)

I'm on an open journey to find out if I can support positive, purpo...

First Friday – a good thing that came to its natural end

Goodbye First Fridays! Way back in the mists of time (well, 2011...

A new initiative: Happy NHS / NHS employees first

I've realised that I want to see if I can help make working in the ...

Designing a business for emergence and complexity

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

Mindfulness – a Q&A with the masters, Joel & Michelle Levey

Last week I had the honour of interviewing world class mindfulness ...

Tech teams are better with empathy and emotional intelligence

I've worked in technical teams in organisations both tiny and monol...

Transformation or Tinkering?

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