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101 Executive Uses for a Square Camel: and other lightbulb moments in problem solving Paperback – 1 Mar 2018
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About the Author
Rob Wherrett is a highly experienced management consultant and executive coach. He has worked throughout UK/EU and also in the USA, SE Asia and Africa. More than anything he recognises that in order for change to be successful it has to address the right problems. In so doing he helps clients to save massively on their resources, while at the same time making life better for everyone involved. He is recognised as being unique in the breadth of his experience which stretches from psychometrics and personal inventories, through creativity, into the complete range of execution planning and delivery, with world-class programme governance at its heart. Rob is passionate about doing the right thing first time and making sure the quality of solution is excellent. This resulted in a number of accolades when he was heading product development for a UK Financial Services organisation. Subsequently he has also helped many very large organisations get to grips with complex problems and deliver world-class solutions. Today he divides his time between developing Executive Leaders; teaching and consulting on Creativity; and running Not-for-Profit organisations. He is a Fellow of both the UK Institute of Leadership & Management and the Royal Society of Arts. For a number of years he was also an assessor for the Institute of Consulting
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