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Trust Delusion Research: Findings and summary report

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on 21st February 2020

The Trust Delusion project, launched at the start of 2020, explores why business leaders and politicians consistently speak about “trust” in a way that appears significantly detached from the lived experience of employees, customers and citizens/ voters. What matters to “us” is not what apparently pre-occupies “them”. More in this article in Management Today....

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Big Tech – What Is To Be Done? (Part 3)

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on 13th February 2020

In the latest – and final – report from the Social Justice in Tech. programme, supported by Stifel, Matthew...

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Jericho Notices – February 2020: Learning to Love Uncertainty

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on 6th February 2020

The General Election is over – somebody seems to have “won the argument”. Brexit, we are led to believe,...

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Are ‘squiggly careers’ the new normal?

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on 5th February 2020

In the final article in a series of extracts from important, new books by Jericho friends, please enjoy ‘Squiggly...

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The Monday Revolution

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on 3rd February 2020

In the latest in a series of extracts from important, new books by Jericho friends, welcome to The Monday...

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