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Nick Richmond, sits on the board of EODF. Here, he reviews the recent EODF London Event on Big Data in organisation design, development and workforce planning. An interesting read containing his own reflections from the event.   

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In my last blog I wrote about ‘Lightness’. I want to share another lesson from the Camino, one which brought my wife and I deep satisfaction. 250,000 people walk the Camino to Santiago each year. It takes 1 to 2 months to walk it all. We met people doing it for all sorts of reasons;

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        “We never have supplied fixings with any of our products.” Well, you wouldn’t with traditional vacuum cleaners, would you? Recently my 82 year old mother-in-law fell down stairs carrying her vacuum cleaner, and a pile of books! Thankfully she ended up with little more than a few bruises and a huge sense of foolishness.

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A few months ago I found myself in a Post Office in mid Spain clutching a sun hat, Bible and a whistle. I gingerly offered them to the lady behind the  counter with a few Spanish words and a lot of artistic gestures. I wanted to parcel them up and send them on to the

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