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What can businesses learn from the Royal-Thomian?


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  • The ‘power’ of two competing ‘brands’ synergising to create an experience much ‘larger’ than either could. Even if businesses cannot stretch their thinking to synergising with competing brands, start with complimentary brands.
  • The ‘power’ of tradition (as part of the organisational DNA) – that delivers far more than following a process manual.
  • The ‘power’ of alumni affinity and volunteering – that ensures effective project management involving a multitude of diverse stakeholders.
  • The ‘power’ of teaming – with no hierarchical organisational structures and associated bureaucracies. Now it’s time to enjoy the ‘power’ of fun!
 

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