The Queen’s Jubilee celebrations approach and “Punk Britannia” hits the screens this Friday on BBC 4 – featuring several of the artists I’ve interviewed or seen recently at Richard Strange’s Cabaret Futura. It seems that punk is back in fashion, given the imminent arrival of the Queen’s Jubilee. I recall that my band partner cum journalist from our punk group “Alternative Posing” was censured on national TV in 1977 when he printed a punk fanzine which featured the Queen with a safety pin through her nose. How the times, they have changed!
I bumped into another Punk HR manager on Twitter last week – none other than Perry Timms who has coined the Twitter hashtag #PUNKHR. This reminds me to mention that you can still get a FREE copy of my new micro book Punk Rock People Management. Mail me with PUNK in the title at email@example.com Punk Rock was about simplicity, brevity and authenticity and Punk Rock People Management is about these timeless qualities rather than the need to pogo whilst doing staff appraisals. Feel free to post a response on these questions:
- How can we simplify business processes to the advantage of customers, staff and business?
- How can we deliver products and services faster than our competitors?
- How can we be more authentic in our dealings with customers?
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Finally, let’s see what started all the fuss about the Queen’s Jubilee: