Welcome to Cuttings

Now in its 26th year of unbroken publication. Cuttings is a regular (bi-monthly) newsletter that is a collection of ideas and writings on individual, management and organisation development that have interested me in the last few weeks. I share them with you to further promote discussion. Published electronically, a pdf copy can be downloaded here to help you distribute copies or just if you prefer the printed format.

Current issue: Cuttings 139
  • Conflict and Collaboration - you have other options when working with conflict but only collaborating delivers innovation.
  • Accidental adversaries - when short term gain gets in the way of long term collaboration, both parties can suffer losses.
  • The dialogue of change - communication is often poor during times of change. Dialogue may be an answer
  • Plus details of Public Courses for 2019 and Book Sales, and Snippets to further provoke your thinking and reflection.

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