© Drawnalism Ltd

© Drawnalism Ltd

The origins of the picturesque phrase – to put lipstick on a pig – are a bit obscure. But in common speak it has often come to mean making the unpalatable look better than it is.

In our hearing, it is often deployed in describing unsuccessful efforts to make meaningful change inside businesses and institutions.

How we get beyond putting lipstick on a pig we leave to the experts like Euan Semple who spoke at a recent event on this very subject.

We can reveal the report at Events-In-Progress also features Dinosaurs.

 

Post by Matthew Buck

Co-Director of Drawnalism Ltd.

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