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The office is dead. Long live the office.

Working patterns have changed beyond recognition in 2020. Now it’s time to focus on what works best, argues Praxity Executive Director Graeme Gordon.

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Six degrees of separation? It could be even less

Many of you will know of the saying that there are only six degrees of separation between you and any other individual on the planet.

Economics Business
Leadership decisions: how to engage the right people

Senior managers within professional services should bear in mind two famous sayings when making an important decision.

Business Opinion
Mistakes are good. Just don’t repeat them.

“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honourable but also more useful than a life spent doing nothing”, said George Bernard Shaw, and I couldn’t agree more.

Business Opinion
Five hard truths every leader learns

Guest blog by Jim Proppe, Managing Partner, Plante Moran

Opinion Business
Pleasing the target audience
Pleasing all the people all the time

Praxity’s Græme Gordon addresses the challenge of pleasing the majority.

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The question is, “What’s the question?”

Græme Gordon's latest blog suggests that asking questions is good for business

Opinion Business
Millennials, baby boomers
Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

Praxity Executive Director Græme Gordon explores some popular generalisations about the generations.

Business Opinion
The key is C

Græme Gordon talks about communication in his blog for AAM

Opinion Business
​It’s a Square life, and that’s a good thing!

Read the latest blog from Græme Gordon.

Business Opinion