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  • Map Making

    Maps help us get to places. They connect pathways. They help us to plan our journey. But they do not reflect reality. In reality the paths we take are full of unexpected twists and turns. The journey is often bumpy, messy and complex. A reliable map will support you as you navigate the unexpected. Hypha provides a living map for...

    April 2021

    Arpit Kaushik

  • Why context is important

    Context is the background of everything. It is the environment in which your ideas reside. Context influences our interpretations and ways of seeing. It gives meaning and provides greater understanding. But for this to happen successfully, Context needs a unifying language. Hypha provides businesses with this unified language. This means providing the context in which your ideas can live and...

    April 2021

    Arpit Kaushik

  • One size does not fit all

    We all have a different way of seeing. Over the years we’ve learnt that if you try and please everyone, most often you end up pleasing no one. And you waste a lot of energy trying. So we focused on what we’re good at, and we put all our energy into that. Hypha sees every organisation as unique. It optimises...

    March 2021

    Arpit Kaushik

  • Why struggle can be an opportunity

    At Hypha we’re not striving for perfection. We’re human. And we recognise the value of any challenge as an opportunity for growth. We use technology in a way that lives and breathes like life. The Hypha software has been created to help teams adapt to any challenges and struggles that arise. Some of these struggles include: Driving strategic initiatives into...

    March 2021

    Arpit Kaushik

  • What is Corporate Memory and how can it work for you?

    Corporate Memory focuses on identifying knowledge and applying it in a way that is practical for your company. Corporate Memory leverages its value through re-use. According to a study by Walsh and Ungson (1991) Corporate Memory contributes to the collection, retrieval and use of organisational history. This information is used to enable effective and efficient decision-making. Any observations that emerge...

    February 2021

    Arpit Kaushik

  • Don't be afraid of failure

    Did you know there is a Museum of Failed Products? While assembling the largest collection of supermarket products, marketer Robert McNath realised that it was becoming almost exclusively a collection of failed products. Even with our best intention, hard work and passion, products don’t always sell. But we don’t like to keep track of our failures. We want to ignore...

    February 2021

    Arpit Kaushik

  • Integration is the path to wisdom

    “For we have now come to a stage of human culture in which we have compartments of knowledge but not knowledge itself; specialisation but no integration; specialists but no philosophers of human wisdom…“ These words were penned by Lin Yutang in his book, ‘The Importance of Living’. The book was first published in 1938. At that time, it took over...

    January 2021

    Arpit Kaushik

  • Think (and work) like a forest

    Embrace the forest way of doing: be open, accessible, diverse, interconnected and adaptive. What can we learn from nature’s way of working and thinking? As humans we have always looked up to nature for guidance and inspiration. Everything that surrounds us has been, in one way or another, made or inspired by nature. We just need to look at our...

    October 2020

    Jaume Giralt

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