The thing about rules is they are meant to be boundaries and the minimum. Remembering we can be creative within is critical for change.
The industrial mindset sets the rules and tells us ‘this is how the world works’. Perhaps we need to be reminded things can work differently.
Compliance and resource mobilisation are assembly lines. Factories into which certain inputs are put in with outputs generated.
Imagine for a moment, it’s the summer of 1916-7. Horses are your prized possessions – critical for transport, movement, and work.
For data inventory, logic plays a minor role in change, stories, emotion, and trust are the leading roles. Too often we focus on the minors.
E-waste has at least two sides to it – the physical product and then the information that is on the products. Both can be hazardous.
I want to get better better at playing football (soccer) is very different than I want to get better at penalty kicks
Literacy is about knowing, while competency is about application. Too often we stop at literacy because it is easier than competency.
There are great people doing amazing things out there. Here are few things I’ve been reading, learning about, and found inspiration this week.
Yes/No can help us with inclusion, exclusion and duplication without actually sharing the information. We do this already and we can improve.
Language, Etiquette and Culture are all about rules. Communication is all about learning the rules of the other.
Double edged swords were meant to cut going in and coming out. Innovation can often be like a double edged sword.