Weeknote 572: war

This week I have learned: the questions that will be raised when you justify in person events in the future will be trickyat some points simply gathering more and more data doesn't helpI'm off football againdependency planning is the big gap in agileI'm looking forward to travelling again soonit's nice to know when you spot … Continue reading Weeknote 572: war

Weeknote 571: Living with d’rona

This week I have learned: that if there is one thing I am looking forward to above all else when things go forward to a sort of normal, it's not having entire half term holiday's scuppered by the family coming down with Covid.whilst there may be cold-like symptoms, it's definitely not a cold.how to use … Continue reading Weeknote 571: Living with d’rona

WEEKNOTE 569: EXCEL

This week I have learned: That spreadsheet wrangling isn't real work.That it's nice to hear nice things.That maybe there isn't enough anger around.That there might be a market for Priority cards.That I think I've got bread at last.That it's great to catch up with old friends. And they're definitely getting older Next week: positioning The … Continue reading WEEKNOTE 569: EXCEL

Weeknote 567 – signs of momentum

This week I have learned: just when you thought the politics couldn't get any more contemptible, we have a crack down on train announcementsthat progress comes when you devolve powerthat I'm exploring the joy of the Amen break again"it's bad" doesn't universally motivatepressure exerts in strange waysa next level of bread making Next week: consolidation … Continue reading Weeknote 567 – signs of momentum

Weeknote 566 – delayed gratification

This week I have learned: at last someone has engaged with my SAE project. The long burn...introductions from trusted friends are always good. A new set of Priorities cards - provisionally entitled Inclusion Priorities - are on their way.and another set, with a chance to work with a big software company to play some games … Continue reading Weeknote 566 – delayed gratification

Weeknote 565: back to it

This week I have learned: that PlayCards need to take another pivot - either to a new format, a new publishing route, or into gentle retirementthat resilience is just another way of saying "don't burst into tears"that negotiation "hardball" necessitates having a very good understanding of the other sides' perspective for risk of finding that … Continue reading Weeknote 565: back to it

Weeknote 563 – the medium of dance

This week I have learned: that I bought a lot of books this yearthat we could replace Powerpoint with Interpretative Dancethat writing lists helpsthat I think everyone probably is in need of a bit of a breakthat it's nice to be on someone else's podcastthat there's something special about hardware synthsthat John Wilshire makes lovely … Continue reading Weeknote 563 – the medium of dance