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Jericho is a consultancy committed to a better society and the common good.We help organisations and leaders navigate to meaningful change, with new models of leadership, communications and trust. We work collaboratively to tackle complex and controversial issues, for both clients and society.We currently curate major programmes covering: Responsible Tax; Good Work; the Digital Economy; Transport; Housing ad the Built Environment; Future of the Professions; Charity and Philanthropy; Social Justice in Tech; and The Caring Society.To start a conversation, please get in touch.

Jericho is a consultancy committed to a better society and the common good.We help organisations and leaders navigate to meaningful change, with new models of leadership, communications and trust. We work collaboratively to tackle complex and controversial issues, for both clients and society.We currently curate major programmes covering: Responsible Tax; Good Work; the Digital Economy; Transport; Housing ad the Built Environment; Future of the Professions; Charity and Philanthropy; Social Justice in Tech; and The Caring Society.To start a conversation, please get in touch.

Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

Jericho is a consultancy committed to a better society and the common good.We help organisations and leaders navigate to meaningful change, with new models of leadership, communications and trust. We work collaboratively to tackle complex and controversial issues, for both clients and society.We currently curate major programmes covering: Responsible Tax; Good Work; the Digital Economy; Transport; Housing ad the Built Environment; Future of the Professions; Charity and Philanthropy; Social Justice in Tech; and The Caring Society.To start a conversation, please get in touch.

Language:

English

Contact:

02072536616


Episodes

The Trust Delusion: Episode One

1/17/2020
In the first of six Trust Delusion podcasts, hosted by Matthew Gwyther, listen to Ben Page, Prof. Bobby Duffy, Baroness Onora O’Neil and Sir Ian Cheshire agree that the so-called “crisis of trust” is mostly over-blown – often deliberately – and not supported by long-term data. Too often it is used, somewhat cynically, only to support marketing efforts. Trustworthiness is more important – with honesty, competence and reliability as benchmarks – as is serving the customer and employee first....

Duration:00:37:58

Jericho Chambers: What we do, what we've done

12/9/2019
Find out more about what we do and get in touch.

Duration:00:11:14

Social Justice in Tech: Interview with Damian Collins

11/13/2019
Damian Collins, the chairman of the parliamentary Culture, Media and Sport sub committee is a born crusader. A blue-suited bruiser who has locked horns with Dominic Cummings, Jeremy Kyle and Aaron Banks, Collins is a vocal proponent of tighter online regulation, he believes social media companies should provide more information about who controls popular online groups and channels, and should be made to step in when “known lies” are spread. Facebook in particular has come under his...

Duration:00:23:18

Social Justice in Tech: Tech, Power and the Disruptors

10/1/2019
The US is home to 15 of the world’s 20 most valuable tech firms. In Europe we have one. Big Tech is unquestionably a stateside thing. Silicon Valley is where the smart ideas find the most willing piles of money. America is also where controversy rages loudly over how to bring the tech giants to heel, so that they act in the public interest. Tech tycoons have faced roastings in Washington for their firms’ privacy lapses. Elizabeth Warren, a senator who is running for president in 2020, wants...

Duration:00:34:15

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Delivering on the decarbonisation agenda in the built environment in Wales - Swansea, Simon McWhirter

8/2/2019
Interview with Simon McWhirter, Head of Engagement, Active Building Centre. The sixth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtables in Edinburgh, Manchester, Coventry and Belfast here.

Duration:00:09:23

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Delivering on the decarbonisation agenda in the built environment in Wales - Swansea, Milica Kitson

8/2/2019
Interview with Milica Kitson, Chief Executive, Constructing Excellence Wales. The sixth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtables in Edinburgh, Manchester, Coventry and Belfast here.

Duration:00:04:01

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Delivering on the decarbonisation agenda in the built environment in Wales - Swansea, Colin King

8/2/2019
Interview with Colin King, Director, BRE. The sixth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtables in Edinburgh, Manchester, Coventry and Belfast here.

Duration:00:06:07

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Delivering on the decarbonisation agenda in the built environment in Wales - Swansea, Professor Phillip Jones

8/2/2019
Interview with Professor Phillip Jones, Chair of Architectural Science and Chair of the Low Carbon Research Institute (LCRI). The sixth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtables in Edinburgh, Manchester, Coventry and Belfast here.

Duration:00:07:24

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Delivering on the decarbonisation agenda in the built environment in Wales - Swansea, Ceri Doyle

8/2/2019
Interview with Ceri Doyle, CEO, Newport City Homes. The sixth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtables in Edinburgh, Manchester, Coventry and Belfast here.

Duration:00:08:16

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Serving the needs of the Northern Irish built environment - Paul Johnson

6/26/2019
The fifth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtable in Edinburgh, Manchester and in Coventry here.

Duration:00:03:52

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Serving the needs of the Northern Irish built environment - Niall Trafford

6/26/2019
The fifth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtable in Edinburgh, Manchester and in Coventry here.

Duration:00:04:36

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Serving the needs of the Northern Irish built environment - David Gavaghan

6/26/2019
The fifth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtable in Edinburgh, Manchester and in Coventry here.

Duration:00:04:29

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Serving the needs of the Northern Irish built environment - Damien Mitchell

6/26/2019
The fifth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtable in Edinburgh, Manchester and in Coventry here.

Duration:00:05:41

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Serving the needs of the Northern Irish built environment - Cathy Reynolds

6/26/2019
The fifth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtable in Edinburgh, Manchester and in Coventry here.

Duration:00:05:47

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Serving the needs of the Northern Irish built environment - Alison Nicholl

6/26/2019
The fifth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtable in Edinburgh, Manchester and in Coventry here.

Duration:00:07:45

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: So what, so far?

6/17/2019
From youth to lengthy experience: how do we shape the future of our built environment? Interviews with Paul Morrell (ex-Building Czar), Peter Caplehorn (CPA), Gwyn Roberts, Gillian Charlesworth (both BRE Group), Joseph Daniels (Project Etopia). To find out more about Frameworks to Build a Better Britain or other Jericho programmes, please get in touch. To subscribe to Jericho podcasts, click here. To work with Jericho as a client, please drop us a line or give us a call.

Duration:00:29:41

Social Justice in Tech: Tech, Men, Women and Social Justice

6/4/2019
Ahead of the Stifel/ Jericho roundtable looking at the issues of Tech: Men, Women and Social Justice, this podcast looks specifically at the accusation that the industry has done very badly on the diversity front with all sorts of negative consequences. It includes interviews with Eithne O’Leary and Thom Weisel of Stifel, Check Warner of Diversity VC, Margaret Heffernan, Caroline Plumb and ex-minister of state Ed Vaizey. It’s presented by Jericho partner Matthew Gwyther. To find out more...

Duration:00:36:49

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Accelerating the implementation of advanced manufacturing techniques - Parveen Rai

5/22/2019
The fourth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtable in Edinburgh and in Manchesterhere.

Duration:00:09:07

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Accelerating the implementation of advanced manufacturing techniques - Niall Trafford

5/22/2019
The fourth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtable in Edinburgh and in Manchesterhere.

Duration:00:09:14

Frameworks to Build a Better Britain: Accelerating the implementation of advanced manufacturing techniques - Keith Waller

5/22/2019
The fourth in the series of articles and podcasts with Building Research Establishment: roundtable and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers and construction experts. To find out more this series you can click through to the scoping session and roundtable in Edinburgh and in Manchesterhere.

Duration:00:10:13