This may be the most important blog you read this year
Did you find what you were looking for?
Superquick NYE blog. I only started blogging back in May and it's been a fun ride. I named the blog '101 Half Connected Things' to allow me freedom to write about whatever popped into my head or I saw that day. It isn't an HR/business blog in a literal sense - it is normally about … Continue reading Did you find what you were looking for?
New: Collective decisions – the Book of Blogs
Things you need to know - new things are here... read on....don't think you've seen it all before. There are some decisions to be made and you need to be aware of them - even if you don't want to have a say. If you haven't seen any of the blogs regarding this before I'd suggest you … Continue reading New: Collective decisions – the Book of Blogs
Update: The Book of Blogs 22/07
Quick recap: The Book of Blogs is an upcoming book of HR/OD/L+D/Business blogs that we are attempting to produce as a crowdsourced project, with conception to publication on Amazon in a total of less than 2 months. Currently we are making amazing progress. Thanks to everyone who has agreed to contribute. This week's milestones Milestone … Continue reading Update: The Book of Blogs 22/07
The Book of Blogs – progress update and FAQ
When I first set upon this crazy enterprise I wasn't sure what I was doing or if it would take off. Whilst I'm still not sure what I'm doing, I'm delighted to say that the idea has very much taken off. The individuals below have all agreed to contribute and if they all do then … Continue reading The Book of Blogs – progress update and FAQ
The Book of Blogs – if we build it…
I'm using this blog entry to add a bit more meat to the bones of a recent idea. After the success of people contributing to a crowdsourced list of great bloggers (just scroll down a bit), I thought the next natural extension was to create a crowdsourced book made up of 'blogs'. The broad idea … Continue reading The Book of Blogs – if we build it…
Rodin’s longest success
So, for this blog I'm going to be reflecting on what you can learn from RodinThe De Niro film, with the epic car chase - where they are all fighting over a briefcase with unknown contents? No, that is Ronin. This is about the sculptor Rodin who created The Thinker and The Kiss. I was … Continue reading Rodin’s longest success