May 6, 2019
This episode was interesting to work on. Turns out offices are wonderful to poke fun at.
Here is some of the research I did for the episode. Some of it has to do with the open plan office, which is not the same as cubicles. Open plan offices don't have the cubicle walls (obviously) and are even worse for productivity...
Mar 7, 2019
In this episode we examine Natasha Jen's claim that design thinking is bulls**t.
We spoke to Austrial-based Ingrid Gerstbach, Design thinking consultant, author and speaker (site in German but she speaks good English and does work in the UK as well).
Gerstbach's Design Thinking podcast:
Jul 26, 2018
Coaching has a very high ROI; Use evidence-based coaching; try
to find a professional / certificed coach; beware the "halo
effect." Be very clear when working with teams.
So says the Professor and Uncommon Friends Endowed Chair in Ethics at the Lutgert College of Business which is the business school at the Florida Gulf...
Jul 5, 2018
John A Parnell wrote a paper that has been downloaded 10 times a day for the last five years. It concerns the clarity of strategy. He offers three ways you could be doing it wrong -- and one success story.
Jul 4, 2018
I'm an innovation consultant. I sell Innovation Days. But I'm not convinced that every business needs innovation.
People like me say: "Innovate or die." But my car mechanic hasn't innovated in 20 years and he's still around.
In this episode, Phil McKinney agrees with me -- and then tells me what I'm missing.