I was invited to contribute a blog post to this fascinating series on Surviving Work over on the LSE Business Review. I wrote a short […]
This short video from my UCD colleague Professor Niamh Brennan discusses culture and psychology in the board room. A useful primer for anyone sitting (or […]
…however much an organization officially celebrates out-of-box thinking, people are going to associate leadership and creativity the way they associate fish and bicycles. So being […]
I’ve been interested in Professor Michael Wesch’s teaching methods for some time and have followed his use of social media in the classroom (via social media […]
I heard the two men talking about a third old man who had recently died. One of them said, “I was visiting him at his […]
I’m looking forward to hosting the European Regional Meeting of the ISPSO at the Irish Writers Centre in Dublin this week. We will have 40 […]
Super graphic from Torben Rick on what’s going on below the surface regarding change.
I keep returning to Margaret Heffernan’s TED talk on constructive and creative conflict. Her invitation (one with which I agree) is to consider conflict a […]
The second part of my conversation with Charlie Taylor at the Irish Times focussed on perks at work. Are free sandwiches, gym membership etc enough […]
Wandering around cyberspace this week looking for interesting podcasts to take with me on the flight to New York at the end of the week brought me to these conversations with Adam Phillips. In BBC Radio 4’s Open Book Phillips talks about his most recent book Side Effects and in this shorter clip he talks about Going Sane. There’s a longer interview with Phillips recorded at the New York Public Library in May of last year here.