Secret of Rapid Change Management and Transformation

Management skills, training, change management

Secret of change management: why most change management programmes fail and how to transform your organisation rapidly. Better Ways to Make Things Happen - Extract from “Building a Better Business” by Patrick Dixon. The secret of change management is winning people over and making them enthusiastic drivers of business transformation. Radical change happens instantly without a change management programme when everyone sees the crisis and knows what to do eg fire breaking out in a big HQ. Need a world-class change management keynote speaker for your event? Phone or e-mail Patrick Dixon now.

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Future Telecom and Digital, Cloud and Big Data - convergence, innovation, mobile customers and e-payments

Big Data, Internet of Things, Cloud, Keynotes

Media article for South Korea summit on ICT, telecom and digital trends. The future is about convergence and divergence. The industry trend is for companies, products and services to converge – but many of the most important future innovations in ICT will be divergent: doing things differently to serve customers better. Firstly we are seeing accelerating convergence on a global scale eg computer software, hardware and mobile companies (Microsoft /Nokia, Google / Motorola). Expect rapid convergence of telcos and banking. Mobile payments are being driven by growth in emerging markets. 70% of all mobile payments take place in the fastest growing economies, mainly in Africa eg m-Pesa, which now handles 33% of Kenya’s GDP. Expect a mobile-based global revolution in banking. Need a world-class digital disruption keynote speaker? Phone Patrick Dixon now or email.

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Future Energy Industry - solving HR talent crisis in industry where up to 40% of engineers will retire in 5 years

Future Energy - and Oil Industry Trends - Keynotes

Media interview: Petronas International Human Resource Summit, Malaysia. From a people perspective, what do you think are the three key HR Oil & Gas challenges that are facing the Asian region today? Every HR challenge and every HR-related global trend is related in our increasingly hyper-connected world so it is hard to list just three challenges in isolation.  Here are three issues that closely mesh together....Need a world-class human resources keynote speaker for your event? Phone or e-mail Patrick Dixon now.

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Future of Northern Ireland Economy - Growth Strategies

Future Trends, Economy, Markets, Keynote Speaker

There are many opportunities for growth in Northern Ireland, and there will be even more as the economy in the Republic of Ireland recovers (as it will).  Much depends on investor confidence, whether of the CEO of a medium sized company with healthy balance sheets, who has been afraid to burn cash that might be needed in a new downturn, or the leader of a new start-up who is wondering about the wisdom of seeking a loan which is tied to the equity in the family home. Need a world-class keynote speaker for your event? Phone or e-mail Patrick Dixon now.

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How history of transport points to the future - interesting book of last 3000 years "Muddling Through - the story of Transport in Britain" by Richard Vibart Dixon

Future of Travel, Transport, Aviation, Tourism

Winston Churchill once said:  "If you want to understand the future, study the past".  One thing is certain: transport systems built over the last 2000 years will still leave traces on the landscape or shape of cities for the next 2000 years.  Take Roman Roads in Britain, which still define Britain today. Earthworks from ancient hill forts are still visible after 3000 years.  And some earthworks from building of canals, railways or roads over the last 300 years will still be visible in 30,000 years.  Here is the full text of a really interesting book written by my Uncle, Richard Vibart Dixon:  "Muddling Through - The History of Transport in Britain".  It explains the past, and makes one think about the future:  how will people travel and why?  What traces will today's transport systems leave for future generations.

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Future of Telcos - why business models broken. Telecom mobile customer trends. Telco Keynote Speaker

Technology, Telecom, Mobile, Innovation Keynotes

Future of telecom companies and smartphones, mobile devices and why the telecom business model is broken. Patrick Dixon conference keynote speaker on telco issues and customer experience. Where will future telecom revenues come from and risks to future strategy. Future customers will be even more impatient about waiting for -- web pages to load, calls to be answered, software to update, mobile devices to reset. Future of customer services and... Need a world-class telco keynote speaker for your event? Phone or e-mail Patrick Dixon now.

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Micro-dose chemo for cancer using oncolytic viruses. Cancer therapy - future healthcare

Biotechnology, Genetics, Gene Therapy, Stem Cells

More:
http://www.virttu.com. How oncolytic viruses can target radiotherapy - micro-dose radiation to kill cancer cells. Replication of oncolytic viruses inside tumours. Pre-clinical trials. Phase I, Phase II and Phase III clinical trials on oncolytics. Use of oncolytic viruses to treat advanced malignant melanoma and mestatases -- Amgen research using an oncolytic virus developed from HSV (Herpes Simplex Virus). Oncolytic virus conference 2013....

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Micro-dose radiation using oncolytic viruses. How oncolytic viruses kill cancer cells. Future health

Biotechnology, Genetics, Gene Therapy, Stem Cells

More:
http://www.virttu.com. How oncolytic viruses can target radiotherapy - micro-dose radiation to kill cancer cells. Replication of oncolytic viruses inside tumours. Pre-clinical trials. Phase I, Phase II and Phase III clinical trials on oncolytics. Use of oncolytic viruses to treat advanced malignant melanoma and mestatases -- Amgen research using an oncolytic virus developed from HSV (Herpes Simplex Virus). Oncolytic virus conference 2013.... Need a world-class biotech keynote speaker? Phone Patrick Dixon now or emailRead FREE SAMPLE of The Future of Almost Everything - his latest book.

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Oncolytic viruses kill cancer cells: oncolytic virus research. Future health care, chemo, oncology

Biotechnology, Genetics, Gene Therapy, Stem Cells

More:
http://www.virttu.com. How oncolytic viruses work to kill cancer cells. Replication of oncolytic viruses inside tumours. Pre-clinical trials. Phase I, Phase II and Phase III clinical trials on oncolytics. Use of oncolytic viruses to treat advanced malignant melanoma and mestatases -- Amgen research using an oncolytic virus developed from HSV (Herpes Simplex Virus). Oncolytic virus conference 2013. Problems with traditional chemotherapy --...

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Oncolytic viruses to Treat Cancer. How oncolytic viruses kill cancer cells

Biotechnology, Genetics, Gene Therapy, Stem Cells

Over 50 years ago, scientists noticed that people with some viral infections were sometimes cured of cancer in surprising ways.  They discovered that the viruses were able to kill cancer cells. These were called oncolytic viruses – onco means cancer, lytic means that cells burst open and die. All these oncolytic viruses made people ill, so scientists tried to make new types of virus that would be less harmful to normal cells. Then they made an extraordinary discovery:  almost all cancer cells in solid tumours work in similar ways.  They grow in an uncontrolled manner and lack all kinds of normal functions.  What if we could make a damaged virus, with useless genetic code, where the code only works if activated inside a cancer cell? Today there are many different types of oncolytic viruses that have been altered from natural viruses in the laboratory, so that they kill cancer cells, while not damaging (many) normal cells.

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