Executive development... are you getting the most out of your investment? Using strategic group projects

By Lester Coupland

When assessing return on investment with regard to executive leadership development there are some key questions to consider including: 

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Points mean prizes part II: Linking gamification to learning

By David Medcalf

Dr Toby Thompson recently wrote a blog “Points mean prizes” which piqued a lot of peoples’ interest.


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Delving deeper into the Cranfield Learning Management System (LMS)

By David Deegan & David Medcalf

When we are engaged – really engaged – and enjoying an activity, time flies and we actually get more done. 

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Playing games at work? Why business simulations can help you to run your business without wasting money or resources

By Karen Valverde

What can help you to run a business without wasting money or resources?

Thirty two years ago in 1985, an article appeared in the Financial Times crowning the latest winners of the UK’s National Management Championship, a simulation competition that challenged teams from businesses across the country to make the biggest profit with a fictional enterprise. At the time, the government secretary presenting the prizes said “’in survey after survey, British managers at almost all levels have been...

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Agenda management in leadership’s new era

By Dr David Butcher

Examples abound of successful businesses grown and managed by a forceful, dynamic leadership, not afraid to impose its vision on the organisation. Unfortunately, examples also abound of successful businesses brought low by a forceful, dynamic leadership, equally unafraid of imposing its vision on the organisation.

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Employee satisfaction surveys: putting employee well-being on the organisational development agenda

By Dr Noeleen Doherty

Back in 2012, the Office for National Statistics published the results of its first ‘happiness survey’. The—perhaps unsurprising—result: people who are married, have jobs, and own their own homes are the most likely to be satisfied with their lives. Living in an unemployment ‘black spot’, being middle-aged, and being unhealthy, all correlated with being unhappy.

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