Monthly Archives: July 2013

The future is messy

Seth Godin’s short post, The Future is Messy, is thought provoking when you continue the thought process: anything that is messy is risky, while what has happened before is neat and consequently carries little risk. When we have organisations who … Continue reading

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There is no talent shortage – part 4

Archomai have been supporting the Hull based Cat.Zero project for over three years now. We ran a session with a group of young people yesterday. We cover an introduction to logistics and global supply chains with a look at supply … Continue reading

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Where are the jobs?

What follows relates to Scotland and the Humber, but could be repeated in many, many places. Talking to a guy who trains people to transport wind turbines from port to final location, he made the comment that most of the … Continue reading

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