In the previous episode I shared the original – Joseph Schumpeter – definition of entrepreneurship – creative destruction! Now, let’s jump ahead in time, to the most famous management consultant of all – Peter Drucker. In his seminal textbook on … Continue reading Dis!Organize Ep.3: Upset and Disorganize
I used to work in Soho, a place renowned for its Sex Shops, a hot mess of porn videos, poppers, lingerie, live show, kinky boots, “intimate accessories” etc. The area had critical mass. Everyone was out for a good time, … Continue reading Week 22: Cannabis Porn
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Jonathan Anthony (@thismuchweknow) is Director of Corporate Communications at Teekay based in Vancouver in Canada. Jonathan is also a co-founder of International Working Out Loud week and one of the most adventurous practitioners of working out… Continue reading #WOLWEEK INTERVIEWS: JONATHAN ANTHONY
I want to work with people I trust and admire. I want to learn from them and also help them on their career path, where I can. I want to welcome a fellow traveler with a shake of the hand, … Continue reading I Am ALWAYS Hiring
Simple pleasures, this time. Recommitted to my job. I have done this a few times over the last 8+ years. There is an ebb and flow to work – I am on my third or fourth tide. We painted a … Continue reading I Am Happy I Did It – 2015
Here we go again! The hiring season is upon us. Another member of the team moves to Alumni status as they develop their career in a new, positive direction. As it dovetails with the end of year, I become quite … Continue reading Time To Hire (Again).
Have you seen the recently released New Clues manifesto (of sorts)? Gack! The ClueTrain guys are back, and on the attack – for sure. Dizzyingly poetic, aspirational and urgent, it is all that a call to action should be. I … Continue reading Why Do You Need Your Own Manifesto? Because They Get You To ACTION.
Following on from yesterday’s post about Duarte’s ‘what is…’, ‘what could be…’ presentation rhythm, I moved a few slides around and think I have a decent rhythm that balances the content between me – what I did – and us – what is going on in the world. I see that some of the narrative is about me – what I did, working out loud. And some of the slides are about what is possible – explanation, opportunity, invitation. This is the meat on the bone, what I hope some people take away. This is about us. It goes something … Continue reading #PKyvr33 Day 15: Me And Us. Us Is More Important.
You know when the President reaches 100 days of office and everyone takes a (random) step back to assess what’s what? Well, here’s mine, trying to rationalise what it is that I am trying to share with the world, after 100 posts. It all started out with a few simple premises: I know stuff; and The Future of Work (57 posts) is social, so I should share it. Preach what you do, not what you should do. I am already doing Social Business (29 posts) inside the organization as an intrapreneur, so it is a natural extension to move beyond the increasingly arbitrary boundaries of the … Continue reading The First 100 Posts: The Story So Far…
Some things need no explanation; one just feels it. So, when Stowe Boyd linked to Hyper Island I knew there was something for me to learn… Hyper Island Manifesto learn for life real world ready lead the change seize your potential team is everything change the world Please and thank you. ←This Much We Know.→ Continue reading NEW Manifesto To Live By…Hyper Island
There is a default way to start a blog. It goes something like this: “Welcome to my blog! “So, I’ve been [experimenting with X for a while / practicing X for many years] and I thought it was about time that I shared some of my stuff with [“the Universe” / “my fellow enthusiasts” / “y’all”]. “This blogging is all a bit new to me, so please don’t be too harsh. I will try to post regularly, but I do have a life! LOL! I hope you enjoy it. Please feel free to comment below. I look forward to hearing … Continue reading This Is How It Always Begins…”Welcome To My Blog”