Outsourcing to Bureaucracy
People are losing their cognitive ability to think.
Creativity and innovation move society forward; to cultivate these skills, an environment
(Non) Performance Incentives
It’s easier to motivate people to work harder than it is to work smarter.
It’s easier to reward
We are all the Same, the Difference is in How we are Taught
This statement was made during a talk I attended, and it got me thinking.
A British expat (let’s call
Wrong Question, Wrong Answer: Becoming proficient in Asking Questions
Do you ever wonder how the quality of your questions affects the quality of the answers you receive?
Neither Here nor There
If you have accepted an invitation, you have committed to be present for that interaction.
There’s no use in
Beyond Busy: Crafting Authentic Interactions and a Personal Reflection on “Busyness”
We love to tell ourselves and others how busy we are, and how hard we work. If you aren’t
The Wilfully Uninformed
It’s easy to say, “I don’t understand the difference” or “They are all as bad as each other”
Lessons from a Woodpecker
I am sure you know what a woodpecker is, and maybe you have heard them, too.
During the breeding season,
Labour, Capital, Code and Media
When it comes to work, business, or wealth creation, as individuals, we are limited in what we can do and
Clarity of Communication
Rubbish in, rubbish out.
An overly simplified, vague email or message can significantly affect the work and lives of the