Face to face and anonymous – Sli.do and sliding

On Thursday I was lucky to be invited to speak at the Chief Digital Office Forum.  Many interesting stories were told from a genuinely broad range of organisations grappling with digital transformation.Whilst, as expected, the orbit was set around best practice we passed many tales of errors, bloopers and the unexpected. It was really refreshing in … Continue reading Face to face and anonymous – Sli.do and sliding

Big data? Little data is tricky too.

Big data is a hardy perennial of scary topics. We gaze in wonder at sophisticated organisations who have mastered the beast and stride off into the future as we peer at the mountains of our own data – or what we think are mountains of data. Over many years and many data sets I have … Continue reading Big data? Little data is tricky too.

Making a museum of your content – my problem with curation (and a possible solution)

For various reasons, I have spent a fair amount of time in the British Museum in the last couple of weeks. It is a remarkable and popular place to spend time. Thousands of people come here to wander and wonder at the exhibits every day. For curators, this must be close to the top of … Continue reading Making a museum of your content – my problem with curation (and a possible solution)