Identity is a funny thing. People think that they have a single identity when they really have multiple as your identity (and personality) change depending on the social context you find yourself in. We also seem to at a point
I gave a short Lightning Talk on The Future of Business” last Tuesday 17 February as part of the Insights & Innovation Lab, run by VicHealth and Vicsport. You can find the slides below. This was the first event in the lab’s Forward Thinking series.
We’ve spent the last six months or so at the Centre for the Edge looking into how the trends we saw in the Australian Shift Index (i.e. the shift from knowing something, to being able to google it) might be
What happens when if you consider a car an accessory for your phone, rather than
The stats are in and the rush to declare bricks-n-mortar retail dead appear to be a bit premature. While online commerce appears to be growing at a fairly impressive rate (of somewhere around 15% to 20%1)NAB Online Retail Sales Index,
Business men go down with their businesses because they like the old way so well they cannot bring themselves to change. One sees them all about – men who do not know that yesterday is past and woke up this
After 14 years (yes, 14 years) on the one hosting provider it finally came time to move the domain. The WordPress installation has accreted a lot of cruft over 14 years, so I’ve take the opportunity to clean out house a
I’ve taken the time to create a summary of the Shift Index as a handful of slides, and dropped the slides into SlideShare. The question we asked ourselves when pulling the Shift Index together: The world is changing faster than
If you think that WhatsApp was over valued, then you’re thinking about it wrong.
I’ve mentioned to a few people that I was unimpressed with The End of Competitive Advantage by Rita Gunther McGrath. I’ve even be so impolitic as to call it ‘crap’ a few times, after which I’m usually asked why I think