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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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Message to Davos: The world demands a new kind of leadership

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on 17th January 2019

Article originally published in Management Today. Next week sees the annual gathering of business and political elites at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The theme is Globalisation 4.0. It is also the fourth anniversary of Trust Me, PR is Dead – my attempt to reconcile issues of leadership, communications and trust in the chaotic early decades of...

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Jericho Notices – January 2019

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on 16th January 2019

What is the purpose of Davos? Yes, it’s that time of year again. The World Economic Forum meets next...

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Are robots good for our (economic) health?

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on 7th January 2019

While we might fear the march of the robots, what if they were actually a force for good? Read...

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Jericho Notices – December 2018

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on 3rd December 2018

The fragile state we’re in “We, like lace, make up the very fabric of society, the tapestry of togetherness...

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Corporation Tax and the Responsible Tax Debate

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on 30th November 2018

This article is written by Chris Morgan, Head of Tax Policy, KPMG following the launch of the the What...

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