The Adapt Lectures

2nd June, 2011

I am giving seven lectures in seven days on seven different topics from “Adapt”. Do come to any or all of them. And there are additional dates too, see below.

Monday 6th June, 6pm, Royal Society of ArtsAdapt: Why Success Always Starts with Failure – FULLY BOOKED

Tuesday 7th June, 6.30pm, London School of EconomicsPreventing Financial Meltdowns

Wednesday 8th June, 7pm, Royal InstitutionProtecting ideas that matter, from the Spitfire to the Knockout Mouse

Thursday 9th June, 6pm, Cass Business SchoolLeadership lessons from the War in Iraq

Oxford Friday 10th June, 5.30pm, International Growth Centre, Gulbenkian Theatre Oxford, Development: Do we know the difference between success and failure?

Cambridge Saturday 11th June, 7pm, Heffer’s Cambridge / Cambridge Student Union, Saturday 11th June, 3pm, Cambridge Union Society The Adaptive Business: Google, Whole Foods and Timpson

Sunday 12th June, Midday, Waterstone’s Gower StreetAdapting and you: how to make good mistakes in everyday life

Monday 14th 13th June, 1pm Overseas Development Institute, Development by Trial and Error

Monday 14th 13th June, 6pm Institute for GovernmentGovernment by Trial and Error with Professor John van Reenen and Dr David Halpern

Tuesday 15th 14th June, 1pm NESTA, Problem solving in a complex world FULLY BOOKED

There will be other events further from London, including the Edinburgh International Book Festival (August) and the Ilkley Literature Festival (October). And you can see my talk at TEDxWarwick, too.

UPDATE: Dates now corrected. Success begins with failure and all that. Sorry… T.H.



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