At certain points in an organisation’s life cycle it can get a bit rusty… Like the Tin Man in a yoga class (pictured above) the organisation finds itself inflexible, that it’s heart’s not in it and with more nimble competitors. In the classic 1939 film “The Wizard of Oz”, the Tin Man rusts up as soon as it rains. Once his joints seize he needs Dorothy to oil them, so he can move forward. Yet the Tin Man is not a lost cause. With support he finds he has a heart, follows the yellow brick road, and emerges as one of the heroes in the story.