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Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

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Conversational leadership

David Gurteen tweeted this interesting article (pdf): Conversational Leadership: Thinking together for a change It makes a lot of sense to me pushing for a

Scaling or evolving?

This post really interests me: Innovation for Development: Scaling Up or Evolving? As they complete some pilot experiments in development work the authors recognise that

Jersey

I’ve just given a presentation on Beyond Branding in Jersey. It was fun to take ideas that have been percolating for months and give them

Badgers and the joy of complexity

Great article in today’s Independent. The government decided to take action to stop the spread of TB among cattle. They found that badgers were to

More on what is marketing…

Jennifer Rice continues our rolling dialogue about what marketing’s job is. I appreciate Jen for keeping a good thoughtful exploration going. David Foster at PhotonCourier

Chautauqua

I’ll be taking part in the Chautauqua online discussion of Beyond Branding, from 15th to 29th February. Fellow authors Denzil Meyers, Chris Macrae, Julie Anixter

Microsoft’s embarassing metadata

Found via Richard Gayle is Strike that Out Sam. This is a cheeky exploitation of the fact that Microsoft Word documents retain the fingerprints of

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Emotional debt

Releasing the hidden costs of pent up frustrations

Aliveness

Finding the aliveness below the surface of stuck

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Stupid Limey Assholes

Neil Turner points to this engaging Guardian piece: Last week G2 launched Operation Clark County to help readers have a say in the American election by writing to undecided voters

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Customer or prospect

Harry Joiner tells this joke “A guy dies and goes to heaven. At the Pearly Gates Saint Peter says: ‘Although you qualify for heaven, I

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Innovation vs hierarchy

Is P&G really such a hothouse of innovation? It’s so often quoted as some kind of exemplar of innovation but I’ve never really felt comfortable with that bit of conventional

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Surowiecki on “fatal flaws”

Rob May spots a nice article by James Surowicki: The Fatal-Flaw Myth. Snippet: People are generally bad at accepting the importance of context and chance. We fall prey to what