A short chronicle of 2016


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I always admire those writers who have the discipline to publish consistently regardless of circumstance. I tend to write in spurts. I find that when I become really busy with projects and speaking engagements, my writing suffers. So in case you were wondering why I’ve been so quiet, I thought I’d write a short update … Continue reading A short chronicle of 2016

Cognitive Edge launches CultureSCAN!


Cognitive Edge have finally lauched CultureScan.  For all of you who have wanted a safe to fail introduction to Sensemaker, this is the ideal opportunity.  As this is the first Scan that is formallhy launching, you can get it at a 50% reduced cost until the end of June.  Don’t miss out on this opportunity. … Continue reading Cognitive Edge launches CultureSCAN!

Enabling (vs mandating) change


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One of the intractable problems that seems face most companies is effecting real and lasting change across the entire organisation.  Many organisations are littered with failed change initiatives and more and more it seems that traditional change management methodologies are failing.  Most large organisations seem to be profoundly stuck when it comes to enabling change; plagued with stories … Continue reading Enabling (vs mandating) change

Narrative approaches to Research and M&E: a seminar with Tony Quinlan from Cognitive Edge


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We have the privelage of having Tony Quinlan from Cognitive Edge in the country for a few days.  Tony and Marcus Guest, an experienced narrative and complexity consultant from Russia, are assisting me on a big Sensemaker project that will be the first of it’s kind in SA (hopefully I’ll be able to share more … Continue reading Narrative approaches to Research and M&E: a seminar with Tony Quinlan from Cognitive Edge