Shaping the Future: The Imperative To Evolve Your Business Philosophy

I have wanted to write something on how philosophy will play a greater role in contemporary business for several years. Of course, it is an area that has been covered before (Forbes wrote about the Chief Philosopher in 2018, and some companies already have in-house philosophers, or at least consult with philosophers, as reported by […]

Eleven Things We Learned From Transferring Our Product Training Online

Prior to the covid pandemic we were scheduled to deliver our two day foundational product skills training course to a propositions team in a global bank. The course gives people and teams techniques, tools, ideas and approaches for developing new products, services and propositions. The training experience combines knowledge modules with lots of interactive team […]

Lee Sankey Interview on Dot Innovate Podcast

Door’s Founder, Lee Sankey, was recently interviewed by Nathan Anibaba on the Dot Innovate podcast. Lee discusses his views on innovation, why he prefers the term “business evolution”, his experiences driving innovation at Barclays and also Door’s work in various sectors. Listen to to the episode in your browser  or on Apple Podcasts or Spotify […]

Hybrid Intelligence Podcast – Exploring Optimism with David Sheldon Hicks

 Innovation in the media space, the tensions of running a creative business and lessons learned from working with some of the world’s leading film directors including Ridley Scott, Denis Villeneuve and David Fincher are just some of the topics in my conversation with David Sheldon Hicks the Founder of Territory Studio in this episode […]

Hybrid Intelligence Podcast – Exploring Optimism with WhereIsMyTransport

        For our latest Episode on Optimism I spoke to Devin de Vries and Julian Hirst from the award WhereIsMyTransport. Founded in 2008 by Devin, WhereIsMyTransport is revolutionising the commutes for people who rely on informal transport networks. Unbelievably, about 4 billion people across the Majority World rely on these networks, with […]

Rebuilding Social Capital: A Banker and Bootlegger Point The Way

What do Bank of England Chief Economist Andy Haldane and notorious rave promoter and bootlegger Jonny Banger have in common? As well as having permission to print £5 notes, they are both supporters of social capital. In his recent article for the FT, Haldane predicts a renewed understanding of the importance of social capital will be one […]