And so it is both And so it is both strange and remarkable to me that — among some dozens of books I have authored… Read More »Viktor Frankl on success and working for something bigger than yourself
I’ve been trying this approach – advocated by my wife but also by Jack Dorsey and Elon Musk – to managing my weeks recently, and… Read More »Themed days: Product. Management. Strategy.
For those who came in late… Start here. You’re going to need people with a combination of qualities: Commitment to the vision; Integrity; Energy and… Read More »The Hard Part(s) in small non-profit organisations (3) – Finding people
Azeem Azhar: In your [Kate Crawford’s] book, you paint a picture of how AI creates a sense of “enchanted determinism” – it seems quite magical… Read More »Kate Crawford and Azeem Azhar on AI’s societal impact: positioning technology as servant
Note: unusually for me, this post contains affiliate links. I am just some guy that ClickUp have never heard of, but they made it very… Read More »One tool to rule them all? Why ClickUp is really good.
I’m always a big believer in, okay, start a small and scrappy project that can experiment and move nimble and move fast and can move… Read More »Sal Khan on starting small and moving without permission
KoboToolbox setup workflow: how to get offline survey or data collection up and running on an Android device for free in less than an hour
KoboToolbox is a data collection tool that enables you to write surveys, install them for completion offline on Android devices or via a web browser.… Read More »KoboToolbox setup workflow: how to get offline survey or data collection up and running on an Android device for free in less than an hour
For those who came in late… Start here. The next hard part is working out who pays for the change you’re working for. You do… Read More »The Hard Part(s) in small non-profit organisations (2) – Who pays?
“What’s the hard part?” is the question that everyone on the team should be able to answer… What is the difficult work that, if it… Read More »The Hard Part(s) in small non-profit organisations (1) – Who wants this change?
This is mostly still true – perhaps the part about how we reprogram computers has changed, because they are often programmed to “train” themselves through… Read More »Richard Hamming c. 1995 on why computers are (going to be) a thing