Cloudwater Brew Co are a Manchester-based brewery and were voted the second best brewery in the world at RateBeer Best 2018. Their blog is well worth a regular visit, even if you are not a complete hop head, as this recent quote from a post on mental health in the beer industry shows:
Every business is driven by a sense of bringing something meaningful into being with adequate rewards in exchange for effort, but our individual and shared humanity must be central to our company goals, targets, systems, and culture, if we’re to build long-term sustainability. Our ambition should not just focus on protecting our staff from physical, mental, or emotional harm, but also be centred around a sense of holistic, collective, and individual happiness too.
Scott Antony describes dual transformation as “the process by which a company becomes the next version of itself”. This concept is described in the book Dual Transformation: How to Reposition Today’s Business While Creating the Future which was co-authored by Scott, Clark G. Gilbert and Mark W. Johnson.
This book has a fairly straight-forward premise – that two types of transformation are required in order that businesses do not suffer from disruption. The authors introduce their book in the following way:
Dima Yarovinsky is a UX/UI designer who works at ZenCity and who is a student of visual communication at Betzalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem.
His project I Agree will be showcased in the US at the Visualizing Knowledge exhibition, an event which showcases new talents from the field of Information Design. Following an open call that yielded high quality entries from all over the world, 13 works were selected in regard to understandability, societal impact, aesthetic qualities and visual innovation. Continue reading “Visualising Terms and Conditions”→
In Customer Experiences with Soul, Maria and I explore the culture, values and approach to employee engagement at BrewDog, the cutting-edge Scottish brewery who revolutionised craft beer in the UK. We are therefore pleased to be able to share this story from BrewDog which explores what it is like to work within their supply chain team from many different personal perspectives. Continue reading “Catching up with BrewDog’s Supply Chain Team”→
Founded in 1998, Locaweb is one of Brazil’s largest internet service providers offering a wide range of products and services, including e-commerce and internet marketing platforms. As well as organic growth, they also acquired a number of companies including FBits and Tray, two complementary e-commerce businesses, allowing Locaweb to become one of the most important technology groups in Brazil.