Operational resilience: how much to learn from Covid-19? – Crescendo Advisors LTD.

July 8th, 2021

One of the questions in the mind of many CROs, COOs and NEDs is how much the industry has learnt from the response to Covid-19. Crescendo Advisors survey of insurers’ lessons learnt highlighted that the industry has learnt a fair amount. We have written a separate article about five practical lessons for the implementation of operation resilience […]


Backward Reasoning – Is your Data Strategy fit for the future world of insurance?

May 24th, 2021

Paul Rich, Camelot Member, and founder of MOTOSI Consulting, talks all about the importance of backward reasoning, in order to prepare for the future when it comes to the insurance market.

Instead of tweaking the current model of insurance-based products, Paul stresses the importance of ‘horizon scanning’ and proposes his vision for the future of the market.


Open Insurance – Are you ready to ride the wave of disruption?

March 11th, 2021

An open environment allows great things to happen. It leads to closer collaboration for solving complex problems and building customer-friendly solutions. Open Insurance is already here. Agile and personalised InsurTechs are capturing value in the insurance ecosystem including distribution, risk reduction and claims management. Have we reached a tipping point? (The moment when changes in […]


Podcast: Data Strategy as a Service

February 25th, 2021

In the debut of Ed Halsey’s ‘Not Another Bloody Podcast’, he speaks to Marisa Murton about Data Strategy as a Service. This podcast busts data myths, gets down to the root of all that ‘terminology’, and emphasises the power of networking when setting yourself up as a consultant. A really great resource for learning and […]


Collaborating for Earthshot Prize

February 2nd, 2021

The Camelot Network recently collaborated to try and think and collaborate our way to solving some major environmental problems affecting the world! David Attenborough’s Earthshot Prize was great inspiration for collaborating to create innovative, far-reaching and ingenious ideas. Thanks to the Sustainability and Innovation Think Tanks for coordinating this great project, and enabling so many […]


“Resilience – Skill or Trait?”

January 28th, 2021

Sarah Quirk recently asked “Resilience – skill or trait?“ Mark Simpson believes that, having worked with a number of models in supporting resilience over a number of years, resilience is a capacity rather than a trait or skill. Check out this video below to hear his thoughts – if you liked this, then two more […]


The Collective Brain: The Fastest Route to Better Questions and Better Answers

December 16th, 2020

The notion of the lone genius is an attractive one. From Leonardo Da Vinci to Albert Einstein to Ada Lovelace, society (and innovation circles in particular) fetishize them and lauds their unmatchable talent. Of course, these folks had great talent in underlying fields. But their special sauce was really their ability to simultaneously hold different […]


Ask Camelot: “If innovation is the answer, What is the question?”

August 22nd, 2020

During this enticing discussion, The Camelot Network’s Innovation Think Tank analysed the ways insurance leaders approach innovation. Using survey results from practising insurance leaders to identify the areas companies are struggling with, they shared their advice on improving approaches to innovation, as well as answering questions from our engaging audience. In response to the title […]