Opinions without being opinionated. At Gedanken we will always challenge conventional thinking. It’s part of what we do. Our aim is to become widely recognised as thought leaders and catalysts for change. We believe that through sharing our ideas we will grow a community of advocates. This will help us expand our business and, in turn, empower more people.
What we think
We have all heard of the term “imposter syndrome.” In psychology, it is described as a pattern in which the individuals doubt their accomplishments and experience an internalised, often totally unfounded fear of being “found out,” or perhaps disclosed as a “fraud.” Put more simply, it often occurs when people feel that they should not […]
Drawn in 1888 by John Tenniel (1820–1914), the first illustrator of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, the same year of the Jack the Ripper murders in Whitechapel. “There floats a phantom on the slum’s foul air Shaping, to eyes which have the gift of seeing, Into the spectre of that loathly lair. Face it […]
As a species, we are not very good at looking ahead. We have scientists, planners and philosophers that can shed light on our future, but in reality, we tend to respond to life on a needs must basis, kicking the can of the foreseeable down the road. Take for example the World Wide Web. The […]
I was delighted to participate in a recent teleconference relating to late payment with Kelly Tolhurst MP and Paul Uppal, the Small Business Commissioner. Representatives from companies large and small participated in the conference raising a whole number of issues with the small business minister including: • The impact of large businesses creating excessive deferment […]
By Dr David Cliff, Managing Director of Gedanken If ever there were a time when confidence has been lost in our political system, it is now. At the time of writing, Britain’s departure date from the EU still hangs in the balance. The absence of clarity is palpable. The lack of consensus comes about because […]
Tel: 0191 305 1122 Email: email@example.com