How to maximize Inquiry over Advocacy Within Workplace Dynamics I am a bit of a loner. When I think about good practices in support of creativity, what comes to mind for me are things like taking a walk, visiting an art museum, journaling, being in nature, reading, sketching, meditation…generally things I can do alone. Bliss.… Continue reading Creativity is a Contact Sport
Many years ago, during my tour of duty in the corporate ranks, I worked for a company that was headed toward real financial trouble if we didn’t make some changes. We were experiencing an “innovate or die” moment for the business. Faced with that dire reality, we reworked nearly every part of the business over the… Continue reading You Need More Weirdos
Jason- This is where it all falls apart. My points have nothing to do with being lazy or careless, but everything to do with how we use data. The same data points can be used to justify completely different decisions depending on how the data is provided and framed. This is not because of laziness… Continue reading Context matters.
Hey man- I like it. I like it a lot. When I was in college there were a few times that the topic of professor feedback came up. We had the opportunity to evaluate our professors at the end of every semester, but a) that information was not used by the administration in evaluating the… Continue reading Putting it out in the open…
Jason- Thanks for your thoughts on talent…I am not going to skewer you and I do not think that you need to put your helmet on. I am also perfectly fine if we do not come up with something that is directly measurable…I am just interested in a framework for understanding talent that is logically… Continue reading Recreating talent.