If you missed it, start with yesterday’s post. A problem is anything we want to change – however trivial or enormous. Our very simplest problems… Read More »Nested problems, nested solutions (2): trivial problems
I’ve posted about nested problems before as The Wrapper, and The Onion (1), (2), (3), (4). It helps to begin by defining “problem”. A problem… Read More »Nested problems, nested solutions (1): what’s your problem?
Clare Leaver and Lant Pritchett on Pay for Performance for teachers (and how to think about interventions in general)
Even if you’re not interested in pay for performance, this article is is fantastic in the way that it sets a clear foundation for discussion… Read More »Clare Leaver and Lant Pritchett on Pay for Performance for teachers (and how to think about interventions in general)
I think of the business model as the enabling “wrapper” around the “technical” solution you make happen. If you’re a plumber, it’s all the business… Read More »Resource: Seth Godin on Business Models
I’ve been spending more time on Skype, Zoom, Whatsapp and even normal phone calls (imagine!) than normal over the past week. A few times my… Read More »Choosing to stop or choosing to continue