We have to start valuing Creativity and Thinking Skills!

We have to start valuing Creativity and Thinking Skills!

Written in response to So why are thinking skills so rarely taught?   We have to start valuing Creativity and Thinking Skills! First let me say (to Matt Ballantine) it’s delightful for my morning thought to have triggered the great Twitter conversation we had and then this Medium piece — creativity in action! I definitely agree on […]

What’s in the bag in a World Gone Digital?

What’s in the bag in a World Gone Digital?

This week I’ve been musing over the last 20 years of a World Gone Digital, and then got tempted to go back 15 years further. We’re living in an amazing time for technological change — the most disruptive for IT ever! Some Twitter conversations this week started me thinking about the way things have progressed during my […]

20 years of a World Gone Digital

20 years of a World Gone Digital

  20 years of a World Gone Digital Here are some reflections on twenty years of a World gone social and digital, triggered by the fact that I passed the anniversary of my 8th year on Twitter at the weekend. Coincidentally, 14 February was the same day YouTube came in to being 10 years ago […]

The myth and reality of “a picture is worth a thousand words?”

The myth and reality of “a picture is worth a thousand words?”

When looking at some of the output from our first London conference, theEnterprise 2.0 Summit London, the story behind this well known phrase came to mind: “A picture is worth a thousand words” Most people usually think this was a Chinese proverb, some might specifically say from Confuscious. At this point avid QI watchers might […]