The Inside Track

Momentum and focus at GB Men's wheelchair basketball | 12 Sep 2012 | by Dr Liz Campbell

Lane4's Liz Campbell reflects on momentum and focus at the GB Men's wheelchair basketball bronze medal game.

Lane4's Alison Mowbray, herself a Games Maker, reflects on the nature of opportunity in this latest blog post.

Lane4's Dr Tara Jones looks at the amazing impact female athletes have had at this summer's Games.

Charlie Unwin explores the difference between experience and expertise in his newest blog post.

Who were the real leaders at the Olympic Games? | 17 Aug 2012 | by Melanie Wallinger

The Olympic Games saw leadership exemplified by so many people in so many different roles – both formal and informally. So, who were some of these leaders and what did they do to make a difference?

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Excelling in perfect harmony | 15 Aug 2012 | by Katie Hooper

Lane4's Katie Hooper explores the secret behind Russia’s domination in the Olympic synchronised swimming team event.

The attitude of champions - a choice we all have | 14 Aug 2012 | by Charlie Unwin

There are many lessons to take from the thrilling Modern Pentathlon journey that Team GB embarked on but one in particular that for me strikes a chilling parallel with business - notably our attitudes to change.

The show and tell of performance execution | 13 Aug 2012 | by Natalie Benjamin

Lane4's Natalie Benjamin looks at Mo Farah's performance over 5000m and explores the lessons for corporate communications.

Home advantage? | 10 Aug 2012 | by Emma Weeks

Has the roar of a home crowd helped to drive on our Team GB athletes, or has the cheering audience added unnecessary pressure?

What can organisations learn from the Games about retaining talent and harnessing the power of intrinsic motivation?