Balloons and darts don’t mix, and it only takes one dart to bring down the most amazing balloon. If the work requires balloons, it’s sheer madness to hand out darts to everyone.
If we’re going to exit lockdown conditions stronger for it, it will only be because we’ve re-discovered what effective patterns of work look like. Not that we used Zoom or Teams to re-create the broken design of work we had at the office.
Office-bound workers rely on their brains for much of the value they deliver. And unfortunately, we’re not very good at looking after our heads – neither at work or home.
Carole presented her research and conclusions on Facebook’s role in Brexit, such as how it undermined liberal democracy. Watch the video.
A tiny variation between two numbers compounded many times results in a huge variation between the two numbers when the compounding ends. Exploring this idea in the context of not-quite-true posts on Facebook.
Facebook says how you use its tools will lead to negative or positive outcomes. But I say that even the positive outcomes posited are flaky when shared updates aren’t true.
Research says Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram increase depression and loneliness. Given the reason why, do the results apply in work settings?
Microsoft’s greatest contribution to productivity is a new coaching tool that gets people to stay away from its productivity tools.