You can have super star status online without any official status offline; you can be a powerful chief executive offline with very little impact online – Victoria Betton Just over two years ago I pronounced rather grandly that 2012 was the year we went social. The year the UK housing sector embraced new technologies embarking … Continue reading 2015: The year we put the social back into housing
“Guinness is lovely but it will always be the same, a (delicious) black and white drink – simple and unchanging. Subway do nice sandwiches. Lego make little bricks. The work of housing associations, councils, the NHS and other government departments is about our lives: it’s dramatic, it makes a difference to the way we live … Continue reading It’s our job to give customers a story to tell, not tell it for them…
You want to get to the list don’t you? Hold on. It’s coming. Before you look at the Top 50 influencers please read this guest post from Shirley Ayres who kindly agreed to collaborate with me on #powerplayers14. For me…it sums up perfectly what it’s all about…. When the first Power Players 50 list was … Continue reading The Top 50 Digital #PowerPlayers14 in #ukhousing
A year ago I published The Top 50 Power Players In Housing [Klout Edition] – featuring people working in and around the sector. The idea came to me as I was sipping rum at a beach bar in Jamaica, checking my Klout score and wondering why I hadn’t made the main list in 24 Housing … Continue reading Top 50 Power Players In #UKHousing 2014 – Your Vote Counts….
Had a bit of drama over the past week. I’ll recap it for you as quickly as possible – as most readers of this blog don’t work in the same sector as I do. Essentially Mick Kent, my CEO, wrote a challenging piece setting out why we have embarked upon a different service vision. Bromford are celebrating 50 … Continue reading Don’t Listen To Your Sector: Be More Weird
My first post of 2013 has been slightly delayed due to holiday. I love holidays. Not because they get me away from work but because it’s where I can put work into focus. The further away I get from Bromford and the UK the greater clarity I get on the things that need to change. It’s … Continue reading 2013 – Do we need a new operating system?