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In sharing my decision to move on to new adventures, I’d left one question unanswered: What’s next? Well, I have joined Social Edge Consulting as a Social Business Strategist, working with clients in preparing,
After nearly 10 years, last Friday May 10th was my last working day at CSC. My final week left me somewhat drained emotionally, only heightened by the kind messages of support and best wishes I
Just an observation to wrap up the week: For “outside-in” client-centric thinking to really take off, procurement processes need a major rethink! Remove the barriers. Let your partners reach you, help them help you.
Starting on a tangent… One of the beauties of the written word, particularly in digital format, is that it cannot be “worn out” in the physical sense which makes me think that overuse is
I’ve been following the developments in the online education space with increasing interest over the last year or so, with the available options and choice growing seemingly by the day. The likes of Coursera,
This past weekend, returning home from a trip to London with friends, on a whim I bought a copy of November’s Practical Boat Owner (PBO) magazine, looking forward to some interesting boating reading in-flight. So
Just had a great conversation that prompted me to have a go at drawing a diagram to visually explain my point, and illustrate some of the implied benefits…. Reactions anyone?
For a friend. Interesting video this on learning from artists about career progress: The Art of Career Development http://blogs.hbr.org/video/2012/09/the-art-of-career-development.html Part 1 of a series from the excellent (IMO) Steve Denning- read them all –
Only yesterday I was discussing with friends and colleagues potential impacts of 3D printing, how a number of trends and technology advances are combining to put us as the consumer at the centre of product
Change. We cannot avoid it. Yet we seem to invest more efforts into attempting to shake it off, than we do embracing it. We dress it up in alternative guises, “trends”, “cycles”, “disruption”.
Following my last entry Balancing the use of our time, and Henry‘s thoughts building this out Share more, learn more, the following quote provides a timely reminder on the importance of writing for work:
Earlier today I began reading Julien Smith’s epic post on getting what we want, and whilst I haven’t yet read it all, the following stood out to me: “the way your time should be spent is largely like a pyramid, with a wide base of learning, with a smaller level of acting on top of it, which is directed by the learning, and then on top of that, an even smaller level of writing about it. If you begin to live your life differently than the pyramid should be built, it becomes unbalanced and topples over.”