Problem transformation is the practice of transforming tough problems into ambitious outcomes and widespread value.

On this page you can read about the talented people who are on hand to help bring thisĀ about.

Problem transformation: the talent pool

Inner circle of general practitioners

Jack Martin Leith and his inner circle colleagues are seasoned practitioners with collective expertise spanning many disciplines. They bring knowledge, skills and experience gained across a broad spectrum of sectors. Their main areas of expertise are complex problem solving, breakthrough innovation, system-wide change, multi-stakeholder collaboration, and new ways of working.

Each inner circle member is able to move fluidly between a variety of roles, including researcher, analyst, strategist, intervention designer, concept developer, event producer, facilitator, coach, teacher, and thinking partner.

Members

Jack Martin Leith
Jack Martin Leith
Lifelong problem solver, change catalyst and innovator. Entrepreneur. Projects undertaken for ABN AMRO, European Commission, McCain Foods, NHS, PwC, Shell and many other prominent organisations. Lives in Bristol.

Read more about Jack

Angus Jenkinson
Angus Jenkinson
C-level advisor and troubleshooter. Founder, The Centre for Thinking Futures. CRM pioneer. Former professor of integrated marketing. Organisational identity. Cybernetician. Lives in the Cotswolds.
Mo Cohen
Mo Cohen
Psychologist. CEO coach. Masters degree in Creative Conflict Transformation through the Arts. Ph.D. candidate. Narrative transformation practitioner. Solo autobiographical theatre director. Lives in Devon.
Additional members of the inner circle will be named in due course.

Network of specialist service providers

The inner circle is supplemented by a network of specialist service providers who are among the best in their respective fields. Their specialist areas include action learning, Agile development, brand, corporate culture, design thinking, digital workplace, enterprise architecture, internal communication, organisation design, service design, stakeholder insight, teamwork, and workforce development.

The network includes management writers, academics, alumni of big consulting firms and former CEOs.