Monday, 23 March 2009

Switching Over without Switching Off

The BBC is very serious about making sure that when the digital switchover happens none of the most vulnerable people in the country are 'left behind' without services. The level of professionalism the organisation has put in place is being supported by Pentacle which is working with the managment team on this very significant programme.

Snow Falls Whilst the Construction Industry Rises

Pentacle has been working with Duke Corporate Education on a programme with Enterprise Ireland designed to help the key leaders of the construction industry explore and develop concrete ways of re-inventing themselves and their businesses for the challenges of the downturn. The Leadership 4 Growth programme is a new incarnation of a programme previously run by Stanford Graduate School of Business

Eddie Obeng introduced the CEO's to a number of foundation New World concepts and frameworks including the RedAntMan TM FutureMapping TM and FutureFamiliar TM on the day of the heaviest fall of snow in the UK for eighteen years. If nothing else the piles of snow will make the day memorable for the participants.

When it comes to Gaming, Insight is better than Foresight or Hindsight

One of the world's leading leisure groups, Rank, has begun to stretch its capability to deliver services and brands developed and driven from customer insights. Pentacle introduced the Mecca, Grosvenor and Rank Interactive teams to several of its most effective models and frameworks. Starting from the overarching and popular R.A.B.B.I.T. TM model managers were taught how to slow-down and observe through FiveEyesTM, how to check the relevance of insights by jumping the five BunnyHopsTM to using the P.O.I.N.T. TM framework for capturing and storing insights....