Tag Archives: unplugging
Next week will mark one year in business for Spark Consulting. Thanks to the advice of several wise friends who’ve been down this road before me, I scheduled my first “get outta Dodge” corporate retreat, and spent the early part … Continue reading
OK, so Tuesday, I posted a serious video about information overload. Today it’s time for a funny video on the same topic:
Preparing for an upcoming presentation, I found this terrific video that was, apparently, a student project, on the topic of information overload:
Generational difference: age or cohort? Or: are today’s elementary school aged kids really that much different than elementary school aged kids in the 1960s? You can’t just trade in your organization’s culture for a shiny new model, so you’d better … Continue reading
Preach, sister! Hat tip to John Chen for the link. I particularly like the fact that the IGNITE presenter calls out managers. It’s up to us to set a good example.