Monthly Archives: March 2010

Doing By Not Doing

via neilperkin.typepad.com This is from the Google Zeitgeist earlier last year, but it deals with the issue of leadership and collaboration through the metaphor of conducting orchestras. He points to the importance of opening space for interpretation within organisations and … Continue reading

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Mum’s no longer the word

It seems that corporate behemoth’s are intent on continually demonstrating their lack of understanding of how to embrace our new “Social” online world. Their lumbering marketing and business initiatives are really looking prehistoric . Following on from the the Nestle/Greenpeace/Facebook … Continue reading

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Paul Smith’s design rules

via jonhoward.typepad.com i.e. The design rules of Paul Smith. “My whole life is about being childlike; not childish, but childlike. Which means you have a lateral mind; a lateral way of thinking. You are curious. If you are looking at … Continue reading

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Doing By Not Doing

via neilperkin.typepad.com This is from the Google Zeitgeist earlier last year, but it deals with the issue of leadership and collaboration through the metaphor of conducting orchestras. He points to the importance of opening space for interpretation within organisations and … Continue reading

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Paul Smith’s design rules

via jonhoward.typepad.com i.e. the design rules of Paul Smith. “My whole life is about being childlike; not childish, but childlike. Which means you have a lateral mind; a lateral way of thinking. You are curious. If you are looking at … Continue reading

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Remarkable!

This presentation is from Polle De Maagt about Being Remarkable. The main (and popular planner) themes are about how it’s not about the technology, or the channel. It is about being generous and the power of great storytelling. There are … Continue reading

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Bits of Wisdom from Harmut Essling

via paulisakson.typepad.com This guy runs Frog Design – creating products and services for the likes of Sky (HD Set-Top Box) and Yahoo (Music Unlimited interface). He’s got some interesting things to say about about design, boy more especially about hiring … Continue reading

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