Bright ideas to spark success where accountancy failed
What do you do with a failed faith centre, a redundant pop museum, or an empty Millennium Dome? The problem of the Lottery white elephant is a peculiarly contemporary phenomenon, which calls for an imaginative response.We don't need solutions which are rooted in accountancy. At this stage we simply need ideas. It is easy to blame failed projects on bad business plans and insufficient research, but at the ideas stage a hunch is an effective substitute for reams of data. In any case, ...
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