Wikima People

Wikima offers you a rich assortment of talented people with unsurpassed expertise and experience in the fields of collaboration, innovation and transformation.

On this page you can read about some the people who are waiting to help you create the future of your organisation or community in partnership with employees, service users, community members and other stakeholders.

Romy Shovelton Wikima Founder and Managing Consultant

Romy working with management team at Royal Society of Arts

Romy helps her clients use the principles and practices of collaboration to bring about system-wide change in their organisations and communities.

After gaining an MBA in International Business & Marketing at London Business School, she had a career in strategic planning, marketing and advertising, working with JWT, Business in the Community and other prominent organisations.

She is a visiting tutor at Cranfield Business School and Roffey Park Management Institute, and an affiliate of Olivier Mythodrama.

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Romy has a big heart and is in her element in big groups, getting them to do things they did not believe they could do, and having fun at the same time. Her attention to detail in planning events is immense, so that on the day everything flows smoothly. Romy has an amazing network of people who really care about the future and sustainability, and she is constantly seeking to learn from her own expeiences and those of others. I learned a lot working with Romy.

Martin Hazell

Romy’s personal interests include long distance sailing, horse and camel riding, and dog sledding expeditions. Read about Romy’s adventures

She is the creator of the Mid Wales Retreat and Meeting Centre, a beautiful venue situated next to her farmhouse home in rural Wales (pictured below). The centre is the ideal location for meetings, workshops, retreats, management awaydays, leadership development programmes and other kinds of gathering.

Mid Wales Retreat and Meeting Centre

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Jack Martin Leith Wikima Associate

Jack Martin Leith at UXBristol 2012 conference

Born and raised in an east London funeral parlour and now living in Bristol, Jack is the developer of Creative Action, a methodology for conceiving and birthing new creations (products, services, experiences, facilities, ways of working and so on) that generate maximum ecosystem value.

Jack’s professional work in the fields of innovation and organisation transformation began in the early 1990s. His clients range from small professional practices to global corporates, and from local government organisations to the European Commission.

He has written for Organisations & People and other management journals, and contributed a chapter—Creating Collaborative Gatherings Using Large Group Interventions—to the Gower Handbook of Training and Development.

[spoiler title=”Read more about Jack”]Jack has lectured at University of Brighton, London School of Economics and London Business School, and is a former member of the governing council of the Association for Management Education and Development.

Jack, I’m very proud to be part of your success story—you’ve been influential in shaping my thinking over the past 25 years, just as you’ve been influential in both UK and Dutch circles and beyond in shaping top management thinking on innovation, change, leadership and how to harness large group process. Delighted to learn that you are now opening your work up to a wider audience, and sharing your knowledge and seasoned expertise, so that you can hopefully play your role in helping to turn this economy around.

Dr. James Wilk
Interchange Research


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Tim Casswell Wikima Associate

Tim Casswell creating Visual Minutes
Tim is the co-founder of Creative Connection and the School of Unknowing. He is a gifted coach, facilitator, creator of Visual Minutes, musician, and Artist in Residence at Southbank Centre, London.

You can see him at work in the photo.

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With Tim, you see the person before you see the professional – and perhaps that’s what makes him so good at what he does. He overcomes reluctance and cynicism with genuine kindness—but doesn’t miss anything of the complex undercurrents that exist in most organisations, of the relationships that for these organisations can make the difference between success and failure.

Francoise Humbert
Head of Communications, Association of European Airlines

View Tim’s LinkedIn profile

If you’d like to have a chat about creating the future of your organisation or community through collaboration, you are warmly invited to contact Romy Shovelton.