Jericho is a consultancy committed to a better society and the common good.

We help organisations and leaders navigate to meaningful change. We have developed both a Theory and Practice of Change, together with new models of "trust", leadership and communications. We collaborate as a network of experts.

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We work collaboratively to tackle complex and controversial issues, for both clients and society.

You can choose to work with individual or multiple Jericho partners, depending on the nature and scale of the challenges faced.

We are currently working on major programmes covering: Responsible Tax; the Future of Work is Human; the Digital Economy; Transport; Housing and the Built Environment; Future of the Professions; and The Caring Society.

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Forget ‘big tent’ politics – we need space for a progressive campsite of parties and movements

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on 1st August 2018

To win back a fractious public currently feeling betrayed by broken promises of ‘control’, politicians must admit that power has to be shared – including through a better electoral system. The so-called return to two party politics at the last election, when the Tories and Labour scooped up over 80% of the votes between them,...

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Planes, trains, automobiles….and buses

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on 18th July 2018

Article and podcast 5 minute read, 30 minute listen    Emotional journeys The celebrated 1987 film Planes, Trains and Automobiles starring...

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What does it mean to be a professional?

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on 16th July 2018

Recent examples of wrongdoing by investment bankers, accountants, lawyers, and consultants are at odds with our understanding of what...

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Journalism is not a profession

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on 16th July 2018

Nevertheless, just because it isn’t a profession and just because its business model has been shot to pieces doesn’t...

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Lawyers: The Millwall FC of the professions

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on 16th July 2018

The legal profession is walking a reputational tightrope. Seven strategies for getting to the other side. Football fans are...

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