The Triple Bottom Line – Tamas Papp

It’s an honour being able to share my short story with you; my career has been a demanding but very rewarding story so far where some of the key learning might be useful for some. For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Tamas Papp; I’m originally from Hungary but after getting…

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One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree. “Which road do I take?” she asked. His response was a question: “Where do you want to go?” “I don’t know,” Alice answered. “Then,” said the cat, “it doesn’t matter.” Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland Most of…

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Jo Hemmingfield’s Story. Twelve years ago things for me were quite bleak. I had recently been released from a psychiatric unit, recently separated from my partner with whom I’d had a difficult relationship. Disillusioned about the church where I was in where they talked the talk but struggled to walk the walk, my family and…

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In September the Colab hosted consultant Andy Hanselman who shared on what it means to think ‘3Ds’. Andy presented an outstanding session with a focus on creating a competitive advantage by thinking Dramatically and Demonstrably Different (the ‘3Ds’). If you missed the night, you can access Andy’s presentation here: http://www.andyhanselman.com/andys-slides/ The Colab is a marketplace…

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Run Your Race – Colin Davies

 “Don’t you realise that in a race everyone runs, but only one gets the prize? So, run to win!” 1 Corinthians 9:24 NLT  God has called us to run in a race.   It’s not the rat race.  It’s a race to see his kingdom established and lives restored to him.  Few Christians would deny this,…

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Open Door Rotherham – Miran Muthiah

  After 13 years in the education sector teaching Business and I.T. at secondary schools, I was longing for a change and for some autonomy and had always had the desire to run my own business, but had never quite known how or what. I’ve always taken a keen interest in all things relating to…

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The Planning Paradox – Colin Davies

There’s a well known saying in management and business – failing to plan is planning to fail. The saying extols the virtues of planning and for the most part is an idea that I subscribe to. Business planning for example enables us to model a business idea, to test our assertions about our value proposition…

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