Yes, okay, I'll buy it then!

Holding a gun to someone’s head to get them to do what you want is an effective way of persuading them to buy your product, but then if you are going to cast aside law and order, you may as well just take their money and keep the product. If repeat business is important to you,… Read More

The Double-Sided Network Conundrum

“Which came first, the chicken or the egg?” is an oft quoted phrase used in a philosophical context to demonstrate a seemingly unanswerable problem – the circular argument. Traced back to Aristotle, although undoubtedly rooted further back in time, this phrase was frequently used analogous to broader discussions about the origins of life, the universe… Read More

So here at EngLancer we are always claiming to want to “re-engineer the way we engineer”. This got me thinking the other day though. Say we had the chance to start again. To knock it all down and decide how “we” as an industry wanted to work. … Read More

We first came up with the EngLancer concept when helping to set up a small ‘boutique’ engineering firm. We had aspirations to deliver larger scale projects more efficiently than perhaps our more established/larger competitors were able to do.  To do this, we recognised that when we won these projects, we didn’t want to have to recruit… Read More