Slides and commentary from conferences Tony Quinlan and the Narrate team have attended and spoken at.
As promised, here are the slides from Monday’s Health Innovation Network presentation at Guy’s Hospital. Download 001 London Health in Innovation – September 2014 For those who wanted to contribute and play with SenseMaker®, here’s the website: SenseMaker for Health Innovation – demo site Alternatively, download the app for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch or Android and […]
It’s hard to believe it’s already been three weeks, but 19th-21st May, I was part of a conference in Mexico on Soft Power and Public Diplomacy with Wilton Park, a UK government-related agency that organises thought-provoking and timely conferences around international topics. The conference itself was excellent – a tribute to the organisers who […]
Thanks to everyone who came out last night despite the hockey game in Toronto to sit in a warm room for the Toronto KM group session. Great questions and interrogation last night as we talked about the various projects and learnings from the past few years of SenseMaker® work in a wide variety of countries. […]
If you’ve always wondered what it was like to contribute to a SenseMaker® project – this could be your lucky week!
A lightning visit today to Ankara, for a presentation this morning on narrative to the expected intelligent comments and questions at the Partnership for Peace course which has been running all week. Download 001 StratCom narrative presentation – March 2014
Last Friday was the 2014 Design of Understanding day – a packed room at St Brides Library off Fleet Street, organised by the redoubtable Max Gadney of After the flood. He and I had come across each other in a hotel bar in Kigali, Rwanda when we were both working the GirlHub Rwanda office – […]
I’ve just been reminded of the great visuals from my recent talks at the Girl Learning Summit in Rwanda. A fabulous event, run by the Girl Effect University team from the Nike Foundation. I was lucky to be talking and introducing the Girl Research Unit – six young Rwandan women who are researchers trained […]
Firstly – thank you to Harold and apologies to others: the link to the slides that I posted on Friday didn’t work. It’s fixed now, so they’re accessible from Capturing an organisation’s narrative.pdf (3573.9K). There’s an excellent new video up at Cognitive Edge’s website and on their YouTube channel: Today Cognitive Edge is happy to […]
Yesterday afternoon was another interesting presentation – this time to the CASE group of internal communicators from Higher Education. Smart people, fun afternoon and just to add to the mix, I got to speak with Ghassan Kharian of Kharian and Box, who I haven’t seen in a while. Following his presentation was a challenge… I […]
Friday was an odd start – I’m used to catching the 0430 train to St Pancras for an early Eurostar. I’m also used to clubbers getting off the train on their wasted way home as I get on on my equally wobbly way to work. What I’m not used to was whole families getting on […]