Uncertainty, Confusion and Clarity

From my conversations with leaders, and my observations on what’s been happening around us, it seems that we have two very different challenges right now, and one overarching priority. Uncertainty These are “doing” challenges. We have the same sort of challenges we’re used to, but no easy, “proven” answers. We understand the problem, can describeContinue reading “Uncertainty, Confusion and Clarity”

Fear is a waste of imagination

Some of the biggest shifts we are seeing in the way our world operates is being enabled by interoperable systems. Ensuring that my data can work with your data, and that my systems can work with your systems. This capability is creating fertile conditions for everything from mashups to radical innovation and insight. The “price”Continue reading “Fear is a waste of imagination”

The Mother of Invention

Real innovation is rarely planned. It often arises from a problem, or serendipity. Right now, almost all those I am talking to are taking precautionary measures regarding Covid19. Working from home is high on the list. And most of these same people have climate change, in particular carbon reduction, on their agenda. It begs theContinue reading “The Mother of Invention”