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James Carlopio is an Organisational Psychologist specialising in the areas of strategy design and implementation, organisational change, organisational behavior, communication and interpersonal skills, applying design principles and creativity to strategy design and development, personal change and influence and organisational and management development

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James Carlopio is an Organisational Psychologist specialising in the areas of strategy design and implementation, organisational change, organisational behavior, communication and interpersonal skills, applying design principles and creativity to strategy design and development, personal change and influence and organisational and management development

    • video
    Design or Die : The value of design

    Design or Die : The value of design

    Since academic strategy literature does not give us any real answers, where else can we look? If we look to the well developed and researched field of design, we can learn from them, and apply their processes to the design of strategy innovation. We need to think in terms of using design theory, tools and processes for the creation of strategy innovation.

    • 6 min
    • video
    Strategy by Design – A Process of Strategy Innovation

    Strategy by Design – A Process of Strategy Innovation

    How is organisational strategy developed? James Carlopio discusses the main stream strategy development industry and how it still has no widely accepted theory, methods or tools for the creation of strategy innovation.

    • 4 min
    • video
    Hunters and gathers at work and play

    Hunters and gathers at work and play

    Even in the modern workplace much of our behavior is guided by ancient primitive instinct. For millennia humans lived as hunters and gatherers. Because of this we have embedded deep within the oldest and most primitive parts of our brains, instinctual biological urges that drive us. James explores how to identify these traits and adjust to them in our modern lives.

    • 3 min
    • video
    Keeping the alcoholic out of the pub

    Keeping the alcoholic out of the pub

    Why do people behave the way they do? James Carlopio explores why behaviour is a function of a persons emotional life, relationships, personality and situational aspects of their environment

    • 3 min
    • video
    Understanding the opposite sex

    Understanding the opposite sex

    We have been taught in modern psychology and our individualistic culture that we are (or at least we should be) in control of our behavior. We often think that people are misbehaving when, in fact, they are behaving perfectly normal given their instincts and their psycho-biology. Understanding these distinctions helps us improve our communication and relationships.

    • 57 min

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