Monthly Archives: March 2013

Cartoonify – Release #3

Below is the new image (Release #3), with apologies that this release has been a bit longer in the offing than I’d have hoped. All of those now in the image (including those who featured in Releases #1 and #2) are shown in bold in the list at the bottom of this post. Hope you […]

A Visual Guide To Workplace Myths – A Companion Piece

As some of you may be aware by now, in addition to tweeting, blogging and writing on workplace issues, I also produce cartoons on the subject. The following series of cartoons were provided to accompany an excellent Twitter dialogue that became the iconic #workplacemyths Storify curated by the incomparable Neil Usher (@workessence). You can find […]

Fanfare For The Common Man – The Democratisation Of Work?

During a recent exchange on Twitter around Barack Obama, Yahoo and flexible working, I worked myself up in to something of a lather because I felt that, whilst I agreed that the Mayer Memorandum had certainly got the topic of flexibility back on the media agenda, it had been on every working parent’s agenda for […]

The Self-Preservation Society – What The Italian Job Can Teach Business

In 1969, The Italian Job, one of the enduring hits of British cinema, was released and became a cult classic caper movie. With pithy dialogue and seminal one-liners (eg “Hang on lads. I’ve got a great idea” and “You’re only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!”) that have entered the vernacular, it remains popular […]