Archive for the ‘Fun’ Category

Another little thing….

Posted by  Mark Schenk —July 3, 2008
Filed in Fun

One of the things we talk about a lot is the power of ‘little things’ to make a difference in a complex environment. I saw …

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Lost knowledge?

Posted by  Mark Schenk —May 26, 2008
Filed in Anecdotes, Fun

The building in the left foreground of the image is the historic Hyde Park Barracks Museum in Sydney. The building at the back behind the …

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A poem about Anecdote

Posted by  Daryl Cook —April 3, 2008
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Matt Moore, a good friend of ours, kindly offered to write a poem about Anecdote. So that he had some material to work with, Matt …

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Everyone has a story…

Posted by  Robyn —February 22, 2008
Filed in Anecdotes, Fun

…is the byline of Smith, an online storytelling community that provides a space to read, write, and share stories. Just over twelve months ago they …

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Control Of Anecdote Wrested From Boyfriend

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —February 3, 2008
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A news item just in from the US. NASHVILLE—In what onlookers described as an epic war for conversational dominance, girlfriend Amy Soisson, 28, clawed, battled, …

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The Anecdote Team

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —January 21, 2008
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In case you haven’t seen the faces of Anecdote, here’s our Christmas 07 photo. You can read our short bios or take a look at …

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Using a story spine for a reflection activity

Posted by  Daryl Cook —January 11, 2008
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During a workshop I was recently involved in, I introduced the story spine to a couple of participants to help them to tell a story …

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Letting go

Posted by  Daryl Cook —November 15, 2007
Filed in Anecdotes, Fun

I was waiting for a flight the other day and I happened to catch 5 minutes of a surfing documentary featuring Kelly Slater, 8 times …

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Dealing with email overload

Posted by  Robyn —October 26, 2007
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Research company IDC says that 39.7 billion person to person emails buzz around the world each day. Hardly surprising given that I have worked in …

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The billiard ball example

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —October 8, 2007
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When I talk about complexity to clients I mention that complex systems are impossible to predict in detail especially as your forcast extends into the …

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