When we think of management we usually think of control over others. Management decides. F.W. Taylor in the early 20th century saw management as the necessary controlling layer in order to systematize work and make it efficient and so developed his Principles of Scientific Management. If labourers could not adapt to managers’ directions, then they… Read More


“Post-industrial work is learning. Work is figuring out how to define and solve a particular problem and then scaling up the solution in a reflective and iterative way – with technology and alongside other people.” “The future of work has to be based on willing participation by all parties, and the ability of all parties… Read More


Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds. @ActivateLearn: “I see the internet as one massive table with different people talking, sharing, learning, laughing, connecting, engaging. Unfortunately, my mum can’t cook for them all …” “Experience by itself teaches nothing. Without theory,… Read More