Welcome to Switched On

Switched On Global specialises in bringing together disparate parties and enabling collaboration in complex business situations.

We work with the boards of some of the world's largest companies facilitating collaborations between businesses, governments, academics and social enterprises in addressing some of the greatest challenges facing the world today; including energy, finance, food, wellbeing, urbanisation and resilience.

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    How do we switch people on?

    Watch the talk given by our President and founder Matt Clarke at TEDxKrakow June 13th 2015. The theme of the event was ‘Reconnect the Dots’. What people have said, so far… “Well done on the TED talk, nice energy and balance. Particularly struck by the passion and talent connection to purpose.  Read More...

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    Personal Responsibility for Successful Co-Creation

    When something doesn't quite go to plan, you have two options. The first is that you can blame yourself. You acknowledge that your failings led to this issue, and you move to rectify the situation.   Read More...

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    Core Purpose: In a Co-Creative Process, Get to the Core.

    The co-creative process is one that is highly important for any business scenario. After all, it often takes two or more people to piece together the fundamentals of a new product, idea or concept. That is to say that you will often have to work with others in the field when creating something new.   Read More...

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    Co-Creative Leadership: How to Know How Much Autonomy to Give

    When you're managing people, it can be difficult to decide what level of autonomy to give to each person. It is important to remember that each person is different and, thus, has a different set of skills. If you find someone with a lot of motivation, knowledge and skills, you can give them much freedom in the decision making process.   Read More...

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    How to Co-Create Something New from the Unknown

    When we seek to create something new, there is a common pattern that we see. By its definition, something that's new has to have been unknown until now. Put another way, you can't recycle old concepts and call them new.   Read More...

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