Besides adding up to ‘100’ , this little ratio is behind a few learning strategies going out on projects I’m involved with this year. My reflection on this model, from the perspective of making change stick, is how to address the ‘70%’ in any organisation? The project team have almost 100% control over the 10% but for the ‘social’ … More 70:20:10
We hear a lot about ‘shadow IT’ like it’s some sort of sinister underground movement but for many business people it makes perfect sense . I can find a cloud-based tool for most of the functions I need to do my job. Designed for mobile/cloud usage, user-friendly, designed around service prinicples, low or free pricing, … More Shadow IT .. the frenemy ?
Slightly off topic & a plug for my friend & former colleague Julian Hamm’s latest publication ‘Why Do Astronauts Float – 50 Misconceptions Even Clever People Have About Popular Science’ Julian is the owner of Furry Elephant & author of the book. Furry Elephant started off with interactive educational software to teach and test you about ‘electricity’ – one of … More Furry Elephants and Floating Astronauts…
Here’s a reminder why a face-to-face meeting *can* be more productive….
Anyone ever been in a BYOD workplace or is it just a thing of accountant’s dreams? Whilst it’s OK for ‘accountants’ to moan about the cost of laptops for contractors what blockers are there to this cost-saving dream ?
A cloud-based version of a post-it notes on a white board meets the brainswarming technique Equals a way to effectively collaborate on generating problem solving ideas – if you can’t be bothered to call a real meeting…. or are in different continents & timezones I’m sure there are other combos….
Next week there are 2 sets of workshops running that I’m attending – both opportunities to learn & share but with a very different audience and approach – both of which we should be comfortable with when working on projects – the picture above seems apt to describe the difference… 1. A day of Service Design … More A tale of 2 workshops – left vs right brain?