December 11, 2009
Tiger Tiger in the night …
How can a man fail to finish a fortnight of blogging without a comment on the worlds’ number one golfer? […]
December 10, 2009
Stockholm 2009 Deserves its own Blog
How could I finish this fortnight as a guest blogger without tackling the two juiciest issues of the week. So […]
December 9, 2009
Personal Responsibility vs Rules and Regulations
I wondered today if I was alone in a futile search for the opportunity to make up my own mind […]
December 7, 2009
Do you believe in doughnuts?
I was assailed at the airport the other day with a diabolically difficult choice, Dunkin Doughnuts, Crispy Creams, the ones […]
December 7, 2009
Science, Truth, Sound bites & The News
About once a day I make the fundamental error of either turning on the radio and hearing a news broadcast […]
December 6, 2009
What should I read?
For years I have seriously and semi systematically read the right books, the ones everyone recommends, the ones with really […]
December 5, 2009
Bite sized learning, the new age
For my sins ‘ what a perfectly stupid phrase’ I am an involved in executive education. Once we ran workshops […]
December 4, 2009
Airplane seats
Sometimes I find myself climbing on board a aircraft and looking at the seating, I can see and then feel […]
December 1, 2009
Teenage & Adolescent Violence – Problem Solving Incompetence
As your guest blogger I am indulging my various prejudices and idiosyncratic concerns. Today its problem solving incompetence! Seems to […]
November 30, 2009
Environment, Ecology and The Point?
I notice as I read other people’s blogs, that I am essentially an antisocial creature, not necessarily a total disadvantage […]
November 29, 2009
About Sensemaker and following Chris’ comment on the 28th
One of the experiences we have had with narrative capture involves the process of persuading people to actually go into […]