In this episode we set out to talk about where the web, and social media, are now. We even managed to get back on that topic a few times after interesting diversions into the politics of Donald Trump and modern spirituality!
In this episode we discuss degradation of everything from our ability to get podcasts out regularly, to morals, to society generally. But don't worry - we end on an optimistic note!
In this episode we talk about when things go right, what it looks like, how you make it more likely, and, as you can hear as we struggle with this at the beginning of the podcast, how much is getting things right part of our daily work reality?
In this episode of shift we get to chat with Thomas Vander Wal, originator of the term folksonomy, about tagging, taxonomies, meaning, power, and the future that we are all hurtling towards.
In this episode we are joined by Stephen Quest, Director General For IT at The European Commission. We cover the challenges of blogging as a senior executive in a high profile organisation, managing IT in a fast changing world, and adopting new styles of leadership to help change organisational culture. Great fun!
In this episode we were joined by Dave Snowden, founder of Cognitive Edge. We romp through the topics of complexity, finance, tribalism, religion and Aristotle, all in 45 minutes!
[Apologies for the sound quality on this one. When we do interviews we rely on recording the Skype call and this time the Skype gods were not kind...]
This episode we were honoured to be joined by Dr. Emma Bond of iSEED (Institute for Social, Educational and Enterprise Development). Emma is an expert on child safety online and we talked about perceived risk, real risk, and how much the kids have to teach the grown ups!
We were going to call this podcast "Communication" but in fact it is more about words, our use of words, taxonomies, structures and even a little misunderstanding of our own use of words during the podcast!
This week on Shift we tackle the topic of disruption. Is it always a good thing? How do we feel about it? How do individuals and organisations deal with it when it is "done to them"?