Here’s another of our audio interviews, with senior Customer Insight Leaders, this time it’s Jason Bartram. It was enjoyable to interview Jason, a man who has clearly found a role that matters to him and society. Like many other leaders he sort of fell into this line of work, but there are some interesting lessons from his career journey. His role, as Head of Resource Planning at the Ombudsman Services,.. Read More
Books can help you do many things better, including asking a more beautiful question. If that sounds intriguing, so is the benefit that guest blogger William Buist has gained from this book. It’s a pleasure to welcome William back. You may recall that he has blogged for us here before, on topics including GDPR/external change and physical environments.
Let’s return to Weology and the challenges the author, Peter Aceto, faced in changing culture. It has been great to hear that many of you have found our month focussed on books to be helpful & are reading more. A number of our regular guest bloggers have been joining you, so expect more book review blog posts to extend beyond this month. As Michael Hyatt is fond of saying, “a.. Read More
Continuing our monthly theme, of book recommendations, here’s a short review to tempt you to Re-Imagine. Having mentioned, to our regular guest bloggers, that I was focussing on books this month – Tony Boobier suggested this one. Having heard Tom Peters live a couple of times, I can attest to him having a Marmite style. He certainly has shaken up some stuffy corporate group-think, and rightly challenged some urban myths.
Following on from a great conversation last year, I was again asked to chair a table at the 2018 DataIQ “Discussion”. Instead of Customer Insight as a topic, on which I debriefed a year ago, this time the topic for my table was “Real-time Analytics”. It was encouraging to again see a good attendance from Data & Insight leaders, across many sectors. That was particularly impressive this year, as this.. Read More
Sitting in the comfortable coffee lounge, of a modern glass skyscraper in Canary Wharf, our conversation turned to virtual teams across India. Despite an enviable view across London, the challenges of my guest stretched across the world. He sighed as I raised the topics of how to get virtual teams to work together effectively. It seems his challenges are all too common. As I speak with analytics & insight leaders,.. Read More
Having already prompted our readers to review what they achieved in 2017, let’s talk about how best to learn from failure. To tackle that emotional territory, I’m delighted to welcome back guest blogger Kevin Watson. Kevin is an experienced leadership coach & founder of My Own Coach. I know readers have found his previous posts, including one on behavioural flexibility, to be very useful & approachable. So, acting on feedback.. Read More