Don’t feel behind

It’s easy to feel behind when so much is changing, and we find ourselves in a bonfire of old certainties It’s understandable. Many of the things we have trained for, qualified in and taken as a solid base seem to be evaporating under the heat of technology and politics. It’s compounded by our psyche. FOMO,Continue reading “Don’t feel behind”

The Fitzgerald Paradox

The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function. F.Scott Fitzgerald It seems as though wherever we look at the moment, this quote applies. The rate of change we are experiencing, the variety of options open toContinue reading “The Fitzgerald Paradox”

Clutter

I’m always surprised how the clutter build up. Whether in my client’s organisations, or my own. We add new things – ideas, processes, connections – faster than we remove them. In the early days, that’s fine – we have room and we’re growing physically – products, services, people, premises, but before long we become establishedContinue reading “Clutter”