Author Archives: Chris Warburton

Complex teachings

With the weather now greatly improved, I was reminded this week of the seemingly long summers of my youth, during the last weeks of term. I remember looking longingly out of the window at the time, a blue sky and … Continue reading

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What we can all learn from ABBA

This last week was again a short week, and being an extension of Easter it involved a short trip to London to see Hamilton, the musical, which together with my trip to the ABBA museum in the prior week, has … Continue reading

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Checking out – self-serve

Those of you who know me or have followed this column for a while will know that I have an interest in observing some of the little things, and how lessons from one industry can be applied to another. This … Continue reading

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