What goes up…

What goes up…

It's been a good year to be in mining thanks to higher prices and favourable political winds

A terrible thing to waste

A terrible thing to waste

It is ironic that, at a time when business has never had so many ways to remember, our collective amnesia

Know your enemy (and theirs)

Know your enemy (and theirs)

Sometimes you don't know who your enemies are until they're at your door

It's show time

It's show time

Successful innovation requires more than just a good song and dance. George Hemingway explains

The rules of the game

The rules of the game

I had forgotten the rules of the game

Can you feel the love?

Can you feel the love?

Sitting in a panel at a recent conference, I was struck with a sense of déjà vu

But, you're not a miner?

But, you're not a miner?

Nope. And that's a good thing. Culture change in mining is coming

"What the heck is the 'Uberization' of mining?"

"What the heck is the 'Uberization' of mining?"

This from a new client of mine on his return from a conference where 'Uberization' was a topic

When life gives you lemons…

When life gives you lemons…

Could the world's largest mining company own, or at least operate, no mines? Maybe yes

2017: it's going to be YUGE!

2017: it's going to be YUGE!

2016. Goodbye. Good riddance. 2017 is going to be 'different'

The power of foresight

The power of foresight

Jeff Loehr and George Hemingway present the final article in their six-part series exclusively for Mining

The Fluid Firm

The Fluid Firm

Jeff Loehr and George Hemingway look at how the mining business model will change in the future

Open innovation - the second wave

Open innovation - the second wave

Open innovation is a strategic pillar of many of the world's leading companies. MM asks: is the mining

The Symbiotic Structure

The Symbiotic Structure

Jeff Loehr and George Hemingway of the Stratalis Group examine what the mining organisation of the future

The Living Mine

The Living Mine

In their third article for MM, George Hemingway and Jeff Loehr explore how advanced technologies could

The Rock Factory

The Rock Factory

In the second article of their six-part series, Jeff Loehr and George Hemingway of the Stratalis Group