Stepping Behind The Rhetoric of Digital Transformation


Fundamentally the challenge for current leaders and public sector organisations is the legacy thinking and a business model which is rooted in serving a de facto purpose which is disconnected from the people and places the organisation or leaders serve – Carl Haggerty   Yesterday I chaired an event where the CEO of HACT , … Continue reading Stepping Behind The Rhetoric of Digital Transformation

What Uber, Comms Hero and HouseParty tell us about the future of the conference…


(A version of this post originally appeared on 24Dash – go visit them as they’re great!) 2pm 11th June: London grinds to a halt. Cab drivers have downed tools for an hour. Uber, a smartphone app that offers an easy and cheap taxi booking service, has rolled into the UK. Our taxi drivers, required to … Continue reading What Uber, Comms Hero and HouseParty tell us about the future of the conference…

3 Things We Should Learn From Benefits Street


Apart from the unfortunate title, Benefits Street is pretty good. Having seen the first two episodes I genuinely can’t understand what the fuss is about. It’s a great piece of commercial television (think – My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding) that’s designed to shock. And , boy , have we fallen for it. Primetime TV + Benefits … Continue reading 3 Things We Should Learn From Benefits Street