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The old complaint about organisations ‘working in silos’ can still be heard echoing through the (virtual) corridors of many workplaces. But instead of spending time and energy breaking down silos, there is another way. It’s a ‘network of teams’ or ‘teams of teams’, or you might...

By Juliet Hammond, Research and Data Analytics Lead As we observe the easing of lockdown restriction in some regions and start to move into a new phase of living with covid-19 we see researchers and observers reflecting on how businesses and employees will emerge from the dramatic changes of 2020/21....

By guest contributor Dan Hammond, CPO of Squadify This week, a group of Brewdog ex-employees wrote an open letter citing a “culture of fear” and “toxic attitude” at the company. They went on to say that a “significant number” of them had suffered mental illness as...

By guest contributor Pia Lee, CEO of Squadify 209. That’s the number ringing in our ears this week. As many individuals are slogging their way through a daunting number of push-ups in support of mental health provision, those numbers are designed to be significant. 209 males die...

By Juliet Hammond, Research and Data Analytics Lead Well it’s the end of May and lockdown is easing in some parts of the world, whilst the pandemic continues to terrify communities elsewhere. We are cautiously making steps towards a safer future, reconnecting with our communities and work colleagues but remembering...

By guest contributor Dan Hammond, CPO of Squadify Both the Spectator and the Guardian have had a pop at Prince Harry this week for speaking up about mental illness. These come from different ends of the political spectrum so it’s surprising to see them making some...