Like most people I was really looking forward to my Christmas break away from work, a chance to chill out a bit, unwind, step away from the to-do list and just generally recuperate. Life has been a little hectic of late and I was really looking forward to spending some down time, getting up late, slouching … More Virgin Media – the best and the worst
This morning my lovely furry alarm clock, Mogs, decided that I needed to be up at 7am. Any other day this week I’d have pretty much welcomed that but not today, it’s been a bit of a hectic week, I’ve been in Devon and London, been in hospital for myself and then also been in … More #24hrtweet
This is the concluding part of what someone (I think @mikey3982) very generously described as a’series’ on networks. The earlier post that outlined the key ingredients for successful networks is here and the first post of implications for twitter Pt1 is here. I’d recommend looking at them if you’ve not already as this post very much follows … More 10 key success factors for networks – implications for twitter Pt2
Earlier this week I posted about some old SDO research looking into the research about what works in networks. The bulk of that post is a list identifying the ten key ingredients for success. This post (and another one to follow) revisits that research, and contains my thoughts and reflections on the relevance of work conducted … More 10 key success factors for networks – implications for twitter Pt1
A while ago I mentioned on twitter that I was thinking of blogging about some old school network theory research I’d found. Quite a few people said they’d be interested so here it is as a starter for ten – it’s not new and I’m damn sure some of you will think it’s not really … More 10 key factors for successful networks
“The rate of change in the business world is not going to slow down anytime soon. If anything, competition in most industries will probably speed up over the next few decades. Enterprises everywhere will be presented with even more terrible hazards and wonderful opportunities, driven by the globalization of the economy along with related technological … More Change is a coming
You know something is up when you get a blog post from me before 9am! Don’t panic, the world isn’t coming to an end, I’m not ill or anything, and I’ll even refrain from getting into some tangential debate about the cost of fresh air or the like…this post is to tell you what I’m … More Out of the Box #box10
I thought I’d start this blog post by sharing a little bit about my family life with you, I guess by way of setting the context! My parents are very different people – my dad served in the Navy, has been involved for the past 20 years with the Army Cadet Force and a lot … More Respect please!
Thought I’d share some fortune cookie wisdom with you. Is worth remembering methinks. That and my fave Margaret Mead quote: Never underestimate the power of a few committed people to change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. Lecture over….carry on….nothing to see here 🙂
I was away last week when the final episode of Young, Autistic and Stagestruck was shown on Channel 4 – you can still catch it on 4OD. This series followed nine young people with autism as they worked together to put on a play – you can read about the two previous episodes here and … More Legacy?