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Case study: Transforming and aligning organisational strategy at Sightsavers International

Sight Savers International needed a clearer strategic direction, but any successful strategy would have to truly engage staff across the organisation. In this case study we reveal how =mc worked with Sight Savers over two years to develop a new global strategic direction that achieved record levels of understanding and engagement across the organisation. The […]

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Case Study: Developing Commercial Awareness with Hackney Learning Trust

As winner of the prestigious ‘Outsourced Provider of the Year’ award at the 2011 Education Investor Awards, Hackney Learning Trust (HLT) was recognised for transforming education in Hackney. But they face the opportunity and challenge that funding has been transferred directly to schools to buy the services they want from whoever they want. This has […]

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Amnesty International

Case study: Change management at Amnesty International

  Amnesty International is the international non-governmental organisation whose mission is to defend human rights worldwide. Established over 40 years it has worldwide reputation for investigating and exposing human right abuses from Rwanda to the former Soviet Union. This article explains how =mc helped them organize a transformational change programme to help re-energise the organization […]

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National Trust Scotland

Case study: Developing a values-led culture at the National Trust for Scotland

The National Trust for Scotland is the conservation charity that protects and promotes Scotland’s natural and cultural heritage for present and future generations to enjoy. With over 270,000 members it is the largest conservation charity in Scotland. It depends for its support on donations, legacies, grants and membership subscriptions. Established in 1931 the Trust acts […]

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Case study: RNIB

Growing a culture of innovation at RNIB Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is the UK’s leading charity offering support, advice and information to over two million people with sight loss. The fundraising department wanted to foster a culture of innovation to boost their income. RNIB worked with The Management Centre (=mc) to design […]

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Behavioural Economics Big Idea

Behavioural economics: why we think much less than we think we think… and why it’s important

Behavioural economics says we are sometimes rational, but most of the time our rationality is limited by our ability to work things out, the large amount of information available, the limited relevant knowledge we have, and our own lack of time and energy. In these cases – and whether we are deciding on donating to […]

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Case study: Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP)

Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) is a unique organisation – a partnership that brings together the expertise of business, NGOs and academia to deliver drinking water and sanitation services to the poorest people living in cities in the developing world. In 2013 WSUP approached =mc for help to identify new funding sources […]

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Yvette Gyles

What a week!

Learning & development consultant working at =mc There isn’t a typical working week at =mc. In any given week you can be involved in delivering a one-off training session online, interviewing stakeholders for a piece of consultancy, facilitating a team away day, delivering modules for a leadership programme or holding telephone calls to sense check […]

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Teams: the right ingredients

Effective Teams – The Right Ingredients?

In this blog post, Philly Graham, Senior Learning & Development Consultant at =mc discusses teams, and considers 5 key elements of effective teams. When I joined =mc I was made to feel very welcome by my new team and I was reminded just how much I value good teams. And I believe I’m not alone in this. […]

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5 ways to say no

5 Tips for Staying Productive

It is often very hard to stay productive if you’re at the office every working day, particularly when it comes to managing your time when you have different streams of work coming your way – how do you prioritise? We asked =mc’s Office and Practice Manager, Lauren Huseyin. Lauren often has to manage many different […]

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