APG Noisy Thinking 2012

Our flagship evening event held 6 times a year in association with Flamingo. Each event addresses a provocative question or current theme focused on Planning & Strategy. These events are supported by Google.

What is the Future of Planning?

8 March 2012

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Speakers: Adam Morgan, Richard Huntington and Cameron Saunders

Whoever 'owns' the data owns the conversation

3 September 2012

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Speakers: Andy Nairn, Sue Unerman and Rory Sutherland

Business Bites Back

9 May 2012

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Speakers: Andy Fennell, Mark Lund, Alison Hardy and Doctor Foster

Planning 3.0 - Planning without a roadmap

8 October 2012

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Speakers: Tracey Follows, David Hackworthy and Alex Dunsdon

Noisy Thinking Goes Global

26 June 2012

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Speakers: Guy Murphy, John Shaw and Jackie Hughes

Drinking from the well of inspiration

26 November 2012

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Speakers: Craig Mawdsley, Richard Huntington, Rachel Hatton, Russell Davies and Malcolm White

 

Where is planning going? This was the question that the APG posed on Tuesday 6th March to three planning luminaries- Adam Morgan, Richard Huntington and Cameron Saunders. Hailing from the worlds of consultancy, business and the heart of a creative agency respectively, their perspectives on what planning is doing right, what it’s doing wrong, and where it’s headed were eagerly received by a packed audience at the Wellcome Collection.