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If you think you understand digital, you don't understand digital

“If you think you understand quantum mechanics, you do not understand quantum mechanics” said Richard Feynman (pictured), who won a Nobel prize in the field. Digital disruption is beginning to feel similarly hard to understand, for three reasons. 301 more words


Chief Digital Officers don't stay long in the role - here's why

CEO tenure is on the rise, and now stands at about five years for FTSE 100 CEOs & nine years for Fortune 500 CEOs. Equivalent statistics for CDOs are elusive, but anecdotally CDOs have a much shorter life in role. 153 more words


Declutter Your Life - Declutter Your Mind

The above statement has never been more true. For the past week I have been helping my Aunt declutter and organize her closet. Not only has this been extremely therapeutic for her but it has inspired me to do my own and it has been life changing for us both. 680 more words


Overcoming digital difficulty #8: Too many of the wrong people

“Downsizing itself is an inevitable part of any creatively destructive economy” (James Surowiecki). Digital businesses require less labour then their analogue predecessors. During digital transformations, leaders often need to downsize the legacy business whilst at the same time rapidly hiring new digital talent, creating an uncomfortable dynamic. 318 more words


12 Things I Do To Stay Organised & Stress-Free.

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This post is a little different to my usual book related content that is featured on this blog. This post is a list of 12 things I do throughout the day in order to remain organised, relaxed, and  stress-free. 712 more words


Half Marathon Training Schedule

Before I started running last year, friends who were runners would tell me they were going to run a half or full marathon and I would outwardly be impressed and wish them luck and comfortable trainers.   770 more words


Overcoming digital difficulty #7: Neither top-down nor bottom-up works

“Most of what we call management consists of preventing people getting their work done” (Peter Drucker). In digital transformation, management need to ‘get out of the way’ and create space for innovation, yet at the same time provide sufficient direction to ensure that the innovation that flows will deliver the desired outcome. 254 more words