Posts Tagged ‘learning’

TL;DR We need to make space between online activities if we want to remember and appreciate them. Background – a virtual meetings just running together? One of my Leading Edge Forum (LEF) colleagues sent me this Washington Post article ‘All these Zoom birthdays and weddings are fine, but will we actually savor the memories?‘, which […]


I hear these words a lot. They’re a shield for ignorance. A statement that the details don’t matter (when they really do). Learning has stopped. Submission to the people in the conversation who are technical – it’s your problem now, “I wash my hands of it”. A power play, “I care about the business, you’re just […]