Changing behaviour in the workplace to boost productivity – Insights from psychology

Posted on: December 2, 2019 Changing behaviour in the workplace to boost productivity – Insights from psychology

In October, I was invited by Richard Chaplin and Richard Thorby of the Managing Partners Forum https://www.mpfglobal.com/ to lead a discussion on “Changing behaviour in the workplace to boost productivity – Insights from psychology” for the People, Performance and Culture group (including directors and HR professionals from leading law, architectural, property and accounting firms). This […]

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System review: Performance management in the professions – Performance Leader system

Posted on: May 8, 2018 Performance management in the professions - Performance Leader system

I caught up with Paul Lemon, previously of the Professional Marketing Forum and now Managing Director of Performance Leader, on one of his many trips to the UK since relocating to Perth, Western Australia (which he tells me is just a 17hr non-stop flight from London!). Paul spends around 30% of his time in the […]

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Case Study – UK tax rates app from Haines Watts accountants

Posted on: August 31, 2012

I am still receiving additional material to supplement  the White Paper (Apps by UK law, accountancy and property firms – Are we missing the digital revolution?) http://kimtasso.com/white-paper-apps-by-uk-law-accountancy-and-property-firms-are-we-missing-the-mobile-revolution Thanks to Samantha Davies, National Marketing Manager Haines Watts, for this case study. Here is the link to the app on their website http://www.hwca.com/clients/tax-publications/tax-rates-app/ “We launched the UK tax […]

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White Paper: Apps by UK law, accountancy and property firms – Are we missing the mobile revolution?

Posted on: June 1, 2012

Are you App-Aware, App-Agnostic or App-Happy? I have monitored the introduction of Apps by professional service firms (PSFs) in the legal, accountancy and property markets over the past few years and even built a spread sheet analysing their key features and relative strengths and weaknesses. I intended to write a blog summarising my preliminary observations […]

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Update on architects

Posted on: June 20, 2011

I spied a small piece in the Standard the other day reporting on the new survey for The Architect’s Journal of the top 100 practices. It seems there are grim times in the architecture market – although the comments indicate that it is less grim that it was. It reported: There are just 5,825 architects […]

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