Fantasy Football, Gamification & Proxies for Competence

In an inflammatory article published this week titled “Do your fellow Brits a favour. Stop…

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Waking up to a new political dawn

It is obvious that we live in extraordinary political times in the UK. On the…

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Employment, Technology and Lifelong Learning – the New Normal?

Having recently discussed different aspects of leisure, (such as what happens when leisure activities become…

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The Great Get Together – a celebration of national unity

This coming weekend sees the Great Get Together organised by the Jo Cox Foundation –…

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Polarised politics, value signalling and the new rules of branding

At Trajectory, we have always produced an annual ‘trends for the year ahead’ client presentation…

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A radical idea for a radicalised age

These are strange times indeed. Political polarisation is back with a bang as electorates across…

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Why we need to care about care

On Monday the Women and Equalities Commission launched a new inquiry into Fathers and the…

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What we do know…

Benjamin Franklin said there were only two things certain in life: death and taxes. People have…

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Carrie Fisher, Star Wars, Rogue One, CGI

Technology & Ethics

Given our focus on the Deregulation of Life, it’s fitting that my blog this week…

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The future’s bright, the future’s green?

Pantone have announced their colour of the year for 2017 and for those of you…

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Age of Discovery

I recently went to the launch of Ian Goldin and Chris Kutarna’s book, the Age…

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The Future of Doing Good: accentuating the positive

On 17th May I will be attending an event exploring ‘the future of doing good’…

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Local fans and the global game

If the national sport is a reflection of the nation itself, then the turmoil of…

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UK Consumers – what shape are we in?

Over the last couple of weeks my fellow Trajectorians have written about our view of…

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The Year Ahead: Trends for 2016

As is customary, the start of the year has featured all the usual predictions, pontifications…

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2015: Looking back on a year of fragmentation

In preparing for this final post of 2015, I was struck by the focus on…

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Mental Health: Rapid Apologies and Slow Progress

In a week in which the news cycle has been dominated by the horrific events…

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The Daily Show: Political Engagement, Activity, and Currency

Last week saw the curtain fall on Jon Stewart’s tenure as the host of The…

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“Its 6-15, you’re listening to Today, and now some ill-informed technophobia”

On a routine weekday morning I set my alarm for 6-15 to wake up in…

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Clarkson: On Demand

The news that Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are to be back on…

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