Archive | February, 2012

The digital footprint

The digital footprint

I have been speaking to a number of people recently and a number have made some comments about my perspective on the “digital footprint”. My intention is not to be negative about digital information nor its impact on our world.  In fact, in many ways I see digital information interaction technologies as one of the […]

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ANZSOG Master Class 2012

My second main activity last week was attending my first ANZSOG “Master Class” courtesy of my colleague Peter Thompson and the good folk at ANZSOG. The two day “class” was taught by Professor John Alford and Associate Professor Jon Brock who shared with us their expertise in teaching using the Case Methodology.  They have been […]

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EDRM and all that

EDRM and all that …

Last Tuesday I chaired the EDRM for the Public Sector conference held at the Sebel Townhouse. A number of key words resonated within this group which included “compliance”, “authenticity” and perhaps most of all, “change”.  I felt that this was group of people passionate about their work, feeling under pressure from budget and resource constraints, […]

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A little happiness goes a long way

A little happiness goes a long way

As I perused my inbox this morning I came across some articles from the latest Harvard Business Review, and in particular the January-February 2012 edition. The theme? “The value of happiness” and, in particular, “positive intelligence” and the power of having a positive mindset, even amidst times of stress and anxiety. I must admit to […]

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