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Silos of Data

Day 11 in the #29daysofwriting house and the housemates are getting a little restless………

Sorry couldn’t resist!  This posting every day is starting to feel a little like the diary room on an episode of Big Brother.   325 more words



Those who have experienced the true benefits of collaboration know one simple secret; collaboration is not a precise science. There’s an element of art in it. 456 more words

Don't Automate a Broken Process

“Don’t automate a broken process” seems like a pretty sensible bit of advice, and yet spending large sums of money on technology to automate broken processes is exactly what many organizations keep doing. 801 more words

Performance Improvement

What to add to your agenda when you go visit Magnolia Market

Planning a trip to go visit Magnolia Market? Here are a few other stops to add to your itinerary while visiting Waco, TX!

Harp Design Co. 410 more words

Dr. Pepper

Breaking down silos

A recent episode of the Natteron podcast included a discussion about how people who work in different services, or different departments, within large public sector organisations can communicate and collaborate better and more openly. 384 more words

Local Government

Grain Silo Art

I am a sucker for interesting and unusual art, and this morning I saw grain silo art (on the internet that is). In Brim, Victoria, Australia an artist, Guido van Helten, just completed a massive undertaking by painting four portraits of farmers on decommissioned wheat silos, making a rather large and impressive mural. 51 more words


The Joy of Looking - Shapes and Shadows!

Happy New Year, everyone and thank you for your comments and greetings on my Christmas cartoon.

What do artists do when they’re not making art? 265 more words

Barry Coombs