There is something rather magical about daffodils. They are so bright and so happy. I think of them as a signal that winter is on its way out and that sun will shine again. Of course these days you can buy them in the supermarkets in January, way before you would naturally expect them to … More Daffodils
Perhaps the biggest thing I took from this week’s Disruption Summit Europe, was the multiple voices advocating for a bold new style of leadership – one that fosters innovation within organisations. As PA Consulting’s Chief Innovation Officer Fraser Bennett put it in his keynote address, the move to this type of leadership is “an obligation, … More WANTED: Bold New Leadership
It’s been such a long time since I’ve written anything here. I have spent much of the last few years writing things for other people, and feeling reasonably confident that I could make them sound smart on whatever the given subjects were, yet having the confidence to write something as myself? Finding the time to … More It’s been a while
A wise man is one who knows he knows nothing Okay, so I’m a woman, but I strive to be wise and here I am, risking ridicule, admitting how little I really know about the NHS and current conversation about the Health Reform Bill. But before you turn your nose up at my ignorance, please … More Save the NHS?
(Ooops – just noticed this sitting in a text document and realised I never posted it. #KateFail) I gave my first impressions of the N8 when it was new in my hands and I was having a first little play with it. I hoped to be fair, give it a chance before I made up … More Nokia N8 definitely not for me