This post isn’t really for a particular audience (I guess even less so than normal on this site!). Indeed I’m hoping writing it may simply be cathartic. That all being said, I’ve also been asked regularly why the UK voted the way it did (yes, okay England and Wales voted the way they did) and,… Continue reading The inevitable Brexit post
So another post on the lessons from the world of gaming. This one was sparked by an article considering if the latest Legend of Zelda game is the greatest ever in terms of design. I’ve spent quite a bit of time already in this iteration of the world of Hyrule and it is difficult to… Continue reading Some more on what learning needs to pick up from gaming
There has been a lot of interest recently in the importance of engagement in the workplace. My view would be that this is not as generation influenced as some commentators would believe and has to be looked at as part of the bigger picture. Emergent trends such as the rise of holocracy, and apparent disappointment… Continue reading The (Work)Force Awakens
I think I have only ever applied for one temporary ‘professional’ role. My logic normally is that with constraints such as a mortgage I would not want to risk a period of unemployment. However, in the case of this particular role it sounded fantastic so I thought I would apply. I was pleasantly surprised when… Continue reading Can there be ‘original thought’ in the era of the knowledge-age organization?
Anatole Kaletsky’s 2010 book has a question that I had not really thought about before – when did the 21st Century start? 1815 and 1918 are the dates, as a historian, you often associate with the previous two centuries. Kaletsky considers key dates in the 21st. Identified are 1989 (Berlin Wall collapse and the WWW… Continue reading Capitalism 4.0