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Rambling thoughts on models

I went down to Surrey on Friday for long walk and pub lunch with Neil Perkin. We’d originally planned to run a workshop about agile

Planning as drowning

Antonio Dias offers a fascinating description of what goes wrong when drowning: What separates a swimmer from someone drowning is the way a swimmer acknowledges

Leadership as holding uncertainty

Viv picks out some nice ideas from Phelim McDermott on the subject of leadership. “We love the security of the illusion that someone is in

Concreting Complexity

I’ve been thinking about the urge to scale things lately – see here and here. I understand the concern with being able to effect big

The absurd

In moving house, I radically downsized my collection of books which I can highly recommend. I used to think I’d one day find a reason

Rewriting history…

Thanks to my Improvisation friend Kelsey Flynn I rambled into a letter cited in Margaret Cho’s Blog (go to Letter #1): Lately it seems like

Who says fun is dangerous?

I wanted to share this email doing the rounds this morning… AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE After every flight Qantas pilots fill out a form called a gripe

Yes, and…

A quick ramble on the nature of paradox, inspired by a blog on the value of both fear of the new and curiosity

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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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Elegance

I really enjoyed Matthew May’s Change This manifesto Mind of the Innovator: Taming the Traps of Traditional Thinking. So I was immediately drawn to his latest Creative Elegance, The Power

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Voice marketing defended

Eric Holmen says Voice marketing is not your father’s telemarketing. It’s a well articulated pushback to my earlier rant on Phone Spam (and those of other bloggers). Eric puts up

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Learning is not a parcel

I’m about to embark on a three-week road trip working with teams of faciliators to share experiences and develop skills. I now hesitate to call it training especially after reading

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Levels of privacy

I’m generally pretty wary of models and if you want to put me off an idea, showing me a diagram is usually the best way. But I’ll cut Roy Langmaid