Diversity and Inclusion

Individuals who may be described as “neurodivergent” bring a plethora of skills and different perspectives to an organisation, offering firms a sustainable, competitive advantage that will be particularly beneficial in the current economic climate. Harnessing and embracing the cognitive divergence of a workforce will enable professional services firms to home in on an untapped pool

Can neuro-atypical team members help improve the quality of decisions in teams responsible for the complex problem-solving in VUCA situations, such as in addressing strategy business transformation and innovation?

I enjoyed watching the ABC TV series ‘The Good Doctor’. Starring Freddy Highmore as the likeable Dr Shaun Murphy, an autistic surgical resident at a California

The Professional Practices Alliance hosted an interactive discussion on the future of working arrangements and professional firm space.  Attendees benefitted from the insight of excellent panellists Oliver Richards (Director, Orms), Beth Hale (Partner, CM Murray LLP) and Rob Millard (Cambridge Strategy Group) and the discussion was chaired by Corinne Staves (Partner, Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP).