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Johnnie Moore

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

Earl has a good post about how Obama is continuing to work with his network of supporters. Earl’s highlighted some key phrases that resonate for me emphasising the value of talking and sharing rather than simply pushing out sound bites. That makes me hopeful.

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Blogging for Ourhouse

Welcome to the Ourhouse Weblog. Blogging is something I’ve become increasingly interested in. Earlier this month I set up the Beyond Branding Blog which is

Collaboration

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking – and worrying – about collaboration. I think the ability to collaborate effectively is becoming ever more essential

Just Undo It?

The AntiBrand: blackSpot sneakers, a project by Adbusters attacks Nike directly. In doing so they take on what has become one of the great icons

Trust and NGOs

My friend Olaf Brugman has invited me to take part in a workshop in Brussels on October 29th. It looks set to be an interesting

SharpReader

I’ve finally started paying attention to RSS and all this stuff about “Blog Aggregators”. The final shove was wanting to get Martin Roell’s English feed.

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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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Wish I’d been there

Paul Levy is a consistently interesting blogger over at Applied Improv. He describes an improv activity he set up for his actors. Three chairs placed upon the stage. Three actors.

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Measuring

I think Matt’s post on measuring the complex is a nice example of a simple idea lightly held.

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Hidden assumptions

Thanks to Jason McDonald for finding this brilliant clip: What a great example of spotting an assumption everyone makes about how a game is played. Viv and I sometimes talk

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On Seniority

I notice the word “senior” used a lot in business speak. On The Apprentice the other week Donald introduced two execs from P&G and emphasised that they were “senior”, with