Duncan Cheatle - Founder and CEO, Learn Amp

Duncan Cheatle - Founder and CEO, Learn Amp
Aside from founding Learn Amp, Duncan has spent over 15 years championing UK enterprise working with hundreds of successful entrepreneurs through The Supper Club which he set up in 2003 and now home to nearly 500 of Britain’s most innovative, high growth entrepreneurs, He was a co-founder of StartUp Britain, launched by the Prime Minister in March 2011 and was a non-exec of the Start Up Loans Company for its first year. Duncan sits on the Advisory Board of the Sheffield University Management School.
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Recent Posts

What is the unspoken Achilles heel of tech business?

The tech industry has a higher attrition rate than any other sector. Retaining top technical talent...
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Why flat structures destroy employee retention

Flat structures sound great, but in practice they are bad for retention, efficiency and even...
6 minute read

Hybrid work: Separating the facts from the fiction

The hybrid working model, where some employees are in the office and others work remotely, is seen...
3 minute read

Why heading back to the office is bad for business

With the lockdown easing, many business owners are asking themselves - should we all head back to...
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Why compliance increases risk

In theory, building a more compliant business should reduce your exposure to risk. Unfortunately,...
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The hidden problems of flexible work and how to avoid them

Businesses have been forced to work remotely for most of the last 12 months. Now, with the...
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To Future-Proof Your Business, You Need A Unified Learning Platform

Traditional Learning Management Systems (LMS) often offer a terrible User Experience. Learner...
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Your compliance training is all wrong - here's how to fix it

One disappointing consequence of increased regulation has been the overstated emphasis on...
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Delivering the ultimate employee experience

Before setting up Learn Amp, as founder of entrepreneurs organisation The Supper Club, I spent...
11 minute read

Making remote working, work better

The Coronavirus lockdown has forced many us to transform the way our businesses operate, and in...
20 minute read
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