Used Car Disrupters

Posted on 21/02/2022 by Stuart Copeland

Two good articles from the last few days discussing how the automotive sector is evolving in response to recent new entrants Cazoo and Cinch.

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New App for The People Project Triangle

Posted on 14/02/2022 by Fiona Copeland

We’ve recently partnered with the software platform Praxie to create an interactive app to bring to life the core concepts discussed in our book, The People Project Triangle.

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A Lively Start to 2022

Posted on 17/01/2022 by Stuart Copeland

The automotive sector ended 2021 and started 2022 in a lively fashion with some significant events.

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New Year’s Honour for Fiona Copeland

Posted on 31/12/2020 by Stuart Copeland

Milton Keynes resident Fiona Copeland has been awarded a British Empire Medal (BEM). It is for her tireless work for respiratory charity Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia (PCD) Family Support Group.

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Agency – Friend or Foe?

Posted on 14/10/2020 by Stuart Copeland

So what exactly is the agency model, and how might it affect retailers? In particular, how might it help them?

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Twenty Years of Stonac Ltd

Posted on 25/06/2020 by Stuart Copeland

I’ve had just the two jobs – 16 years at Lex plc and 20 years at Stonac Ltd. In hindsight, the first job was the apprenticeship for the second. And just as well because it prepared me for a fascinating journey. This is a jaunty and sideways look at what happened.

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What Project Leadership Means to Us

Posted on 18/05/2020 by Stuart Copeland

We created a video for another project and so decided to use it again here with some animated effects. It describes what our blend or project management is and why.

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Our Book is Launched!

Posted on 22/04/2020 by Stuart Copeland

Our contention is that, increasingly, as businesses have become leaner, medium important, medium complex projects are staffed by in-house resources working on them as ‘homework’.

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More Collaboration

Posted on 18/12/2019 by Stuart Copeland

We are a small consultancy and we don’t pretend otherwise. But the relationships we have with people in business mean we work for some very big companies. How is this possible?

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