One of the most effective strategies to run better meetings and development sessions is to establish a set of protocols at the start. These working working norms should be discussed and shared before you begin [READ MORE]
I have been reading Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s brilliantly tangential book Antifragile: Things that Gain from Disorder. A concept and mental model he shares is iatrogenics. This is a medical term that refers to “harmful unintended [READ MORE]
In a few recent weekly newsletters I have been exploring some mental models for interrogating research. These mental models are a handy set of structures and ideas to apply to any research you might be [READ MORE]
I firmly believe that the capacity to move up and down the Ladder of Abstraction is a key skill for any leader.
Despite over a decade of enthusiasm for blogging I realise that writing is not for everyone – but reflecting on our craft should be. Writing about my reflections forces me to make sense of my [READ MORE]