Tag Archives: changing cultures

Case study: Creative Pie

Creative Enterprise is a support initiative, part funded by the ERDF, aimed at creative graduates, new enterprises and established businesses based within the West Midlands.  As part of their offer they hold an annual conference with speakers and subjects from … Continue reading

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Onwards and Upwards

changing cultures is entering an exciting new phase: redefining ourselves as a truly 21st Century company and challenging ourselves to create a company culture that is of our time.

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International Profile

I’m thrilled to be featured by ICEnet.ning.com, in a very thorough article and interview – thank you lovely people!

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R-E-S-P-E-C-T

changing cultures have been trading for just over 18 months now – and I’ve been involved in many and varied projects during that time. I’m pleased to say that we continue to be a busy company, and I’m finding myself … Continue reading

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Case study: Open Theatre Company

For 30 years Open Theatre Company (OTC) has been working with people with learning disabilities to create theatre and meaningful drama experiences.  Most recently the Open Theatre Interactive Programme has delivered projects for young people in Birmingham and Coventry working … Continue reading

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An Equality Perspective On Changing Cultures

Guest Blogger: Steph Cutler In a recent media interview I was asked what equality meant to me. This question was phrased so as to seek a personal response as opposed to a generic definition of equality. At the same time … Continue reading

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Can we break free of our servility to timetables?

It’s interesting to ponder what our lives would be like without clocks or watches or timepieces of any kind. Would chaos ensue or would we find an entirely new way of organising ourselves? Perhaps our need for rigid time management … Continue reading

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Roles and Responsibilities in the Classroom – Who’s Doing the Real Work?

changing cultures have an ongoing project in a very successful Coventry secondary school. Rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, the school wanted to look at how it could support its most Able, Gifted and Talented students, increasing the ownership of their learning.  We … Continue reading

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