Inspirational Bites

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Fifteen years behind the times!

In 1999 (yes, I know - a long time ago), I attended an ABTA Travel Convention in Australia. We had arranged for our client Amadeus to...

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The LV pension passport is a winner. Simples!

How I used to argue with compliance and the machinery of actuaries and wordy lawyers. 'No one will read past the third word' I said. " We...

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Show me your package

As the old saying goes, what goes around comes around. No, I'm not talking about 70's style flares or the new Nokia 3310, but instead the...

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Balancing progress

Reading this article from Mark Boyle, the Guardian's Living Without Technology columnist, didn't make me feel guilty in the usual way...

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Diversity - is not a numbers game!

Quotas are not the answer. We have seen quotas to achieve more women on the board and joining political parties. But despite some initial...

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Do men need a bit of reputation management?

As the Harvey Weinstein story continues to rip through all media channels and abuse is hurled at the Hollywood casting couch phenomenon I...

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Dear data: Google the agony aunt

I've just dug into a copy of Everybody Lies and it's great. Seth Stephens-Davidowitz evaluates the data in Google Trends to reveal...

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Do we actually care about our privacy?

No, apparently, according to scientists at MIT at least. 

Generally we say we care about our privacy. We don't give out our passwords...

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The power of an alarm clock

As we use more and more tech devices that are beeping and lighting up in every possible way, it's easy to forget the effects they have on...

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Hey - why don't we circle back to that?

A couple of week's ago I wrote a rather ranty piece about the perils of management gobbledegook, and the inherent danger of obfuscating...

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Nudge, nudge, wink, wink!

This week the Nobel prize for Economics was awarded to Professor Richard Thayler for his nudge theory, which combines behavioral science...

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Is data more than oil?

In B2B comms, this idea of ‘data as the new oil’ is something we love to talk about. It’s an attractive illustration of how our world is...

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When are we going to have to pay for our news?

Fake news has become a term to call out your friends when you think their tale is just too good to be true. But with more and more...

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Impostor syndrome is real and among us

I had vaguely heard something about impostor syndrome before, but this Guardian article really made me take notice of the psychological...

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Not all that glitters is digital

From research to awareness to discovery and exchange, the path to purchase has traditionally gone through a number of stages. But now...

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Facial recognition - the ultimate KYC?

I recently went on a trip to Ireland and learnt that the info Google collects on you is a) useful and b) terrifying. A couple of days...

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Why Bumble Bizz is the shizz

Okay, so maybe you were lucky enough to lock eyes with someone in a bar, as a throwback to Outkast's Ms Jackson played in the background...

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Ichi-go Ichi-e

I have, for a project at work, been digging into the traditions and aesthetics of Japan this week.  A wonderful dive into a culture...

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Less dogmatic, more pawternity

Anyone that knows me even a relatively small amount, knows that I will find any excuse to talk about dogs. So, when I stumbled across...

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Is work a gender neutral activity?

Recently a man of a certain age told me that he had no hope of getting a non-exec appointment because of his sex. The reason? Boards are...

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