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Faith, Hope and Love remain; but the greatest of these is Love The attached article provides insight into what lay behind the success of Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell as well as providing further evidence to prove the theories put forward by Malcolm Gladwell in his book 'Outliers'.
In today's flat economic environment and stagnant consumer markets in the developed economies the frequently asked question is "how can companies innovate and succeed in today's landscape". In a recent interview for the Sloan Business Review Professor of Management at MIT Sloan School of Management Michael Cusumano outlines what is necessary to compete and win in today's innovation driven landscape.
October 2011. The excitement is building towards the Olympic and Paralympic Games in London (with less than 300 days to go). The city will undoubtedly host a glorious festival of sport. Meanwhile most UK sports are planning nervously (or they should be) for the next quadrennial in an atmosphere of complete uncertainty amid a climate of cut backs in public sector spending and pessimistic early indications of levels of government funding in the future. The key issue post 2012 is the sustainability of sports in a more challenging external environment. The attached article offers hope and a way ahead to achieve 'blue ocean' space from competing organisations.
Why are Investors so bullish on companies like Apple and Disney? Is it financial metrics, great management, industry prowess, good investor relations or good timing? Probably all of these. New research from MIT indicates that the stock market, even in the current turbulent times, values business models with the focus on innovation and intellectual property.
MIT's professor Michael Cusutamo outlines how to innovate and succeed when customers want things for free
'Duel in the Pool' is an exciting new format for top level competitive swimming. The first event to be held in the UK was in late 2009 in Manchester Aquatic Centre. The next duel will take place this December in Atlanta. The new event is in response to public demand for exciting, entertaining events and is a two evening 'shoot-out' between teams of men and women from the US and Europe. The footage accessible through the link below will give you a flavour of what proved to be an closely fought and hugely entertaining event, won by the US, between many of the world's top swimmers.
While global economic and political factors might have predicted otherwise, corporate commitments to sustainability-driven management are strengthening. Continued slow recovery from recession and the likelihood of further reductions in public sector spending require organisations to address the future sustainability of their enterprise, not just in the private sector but in organisations such as local authorities, sports and other not-for-profit organisations.
The Scottish FA today launched their 2011 Annual Review. It looks back at a momentous year in the game in Scotland and highlights a number of the major changes currently going on in the sport's governing body. In a year of great change the review recognises the contribution made by Renaissance & Co to the development of the performance strategy and the support given to the board and executive team in the development of the first ever corporate strategy for the Association in its 138 year history
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) have recently published their progress report on Blueprint, the 10 year strategy for reformation of Tennis. Renaissance have worked with the LTA over the last 2 years in a number of key areas of leadership and governance. The report shows progress is being made. Change such as they are seeking is generational and will take years to achieve. Clear signs of progress however.
We have been working with the Scottish FA over the last 6 months to develop a performance strategy for the game in Scotland. Today we launched the strategy to the media following consultation with the key stakeholders in the game. The strategy which is endorsed by the board of the Scottish FA, represents the most radical change in how talented young players will be developed in the future and contains a number of innovative features.