It’s a couple of months ago now, but Narrate’s Chief Storyteller, Tony Quinlan, was invited to talk at the fourth UN Data Innovation Learning Lab event, held in Nairobi, Kenya in March 2017. The event focused on “making data meaningful and making the invisible visible“. The video of the talk is available on YouTube here: […]
It's been an "interesting" few weeks at breakneck pace, so I'm a bit behind in putting things up. So, catching up bit by bit – here are the slides from the ESRC Learning From Incidents seminar at Southampton University on 15th October, along with some reflections from the morning. Download 002 Learning from Incidents – […]
One week to go until the courses start in London. Details here Dave Snowden and I are teaching Days 1-3, while Dave is doing Day 4. The brochure is here – now get yourself together and I'll see you there!
Two upcoming courses that I'd highly recommend – and not just because I'm helping teach them these days. I've recommended the Cognitive Edge courses for years, but this year has seen a major refresh of the content and approach to the material. It's a real combination of solid theory, exercises and practical examples – all […]
Just a reminder – closing date for early bird registrations (up to €1200 off the combined Foundations and Advanced courses) runs out on 31 December 2012… Amsterdam in February 2013 – Foundations course (with free full day on SenseMaker) 4-6th February and Advanced course 7th-8th February.
As promised on Tuesday night at the Royal Society, here are my slides from the Marketing Measurement talk… Download Marketing Measurement – Narrate presentation for Cranfield Alumni 8th Oct 2012 As always with my slides – highly visual. You had to be there!
I'm head-deep in my dataset of micro-narratives from Egypt today stalking results – I hope to put something up later in the week to show what emerges from all this fabulous data. (For a taster, here are a couple of quick triads from the project: In the meantime, however, I wanted to point […]
As promised, here are more details of next week’s European Cognitive Edge network meeting, kindly hosted by Mark Woodman. Date: Friday 18th February 2011 Venue: Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London Time: 10.30 to 16.00 GMT If you’re coming, can you please register at EventBrite here as we want to have an easier system of […]
Interesting article from the New York Times surfaced yesterday – “In New Military, Data Overload Can Be Deadly”. It paints a picture of a difficult situation in Afghanistan where 23 Afghan civilians died as a result of a mistaken attack by US helicopters. In some ways, it reminds me of the description of the USS […]
I’d almost call this an interesting experiment: The Lone Wolf or the Support Group Enthusiast?. Except it still seems too neat and tidy in dividing up the world into two groups and testing to see how the two groups react. In essence, the researcher looked to see whether how different people felt in response to […]