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Narrative and Change Management Whitepaper now available online

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —December 19, 2005
Filed in Business storytelling, News

I recently announced our new whitepaper entitled Avoiding change management failure using business narrative. I’ve now posted it on our site. Would love to hear your thoughts about it.

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New Anecdote whitepaper: Avoiding change management failure using business narrative

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —December 13, 2005
Filed in Business storytelling, News

I’m pleased to let everyone know Andrew, Mark and I have finished our first whitepaper together and we will be sending it out to everyone who has subscribed to our newsletter list. If you would like a copy now just add yourself as a subscriber. For those of you who can wait, we will be […]

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Launching an online software solution

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —December 13, 2005
Filed in News

Software development is one of the toughest pursuits. Especially at that crucial point when you launch and really start interacting with clients. Nancy White has been developing a few lenses over at Squidoo and has posted her recent experience which, unfortunately, was a little dismissive. The good news is that Heath from Squidoo responded quickly (see […]

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Make your blog reading easier

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —December 4, 2005
Filed in News

If you’re a keen blog reader you might want to consider using a blogreader tool like bloglines. I find it certainly makes it easy to keep all the interesting blogs you’re reading in one place. A simple way to get started in bloglines (which includes getting an automatic subscription to our feed) is to click the link […]

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We’re unique!

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —December 1, 2005
Filed in News

It’s always great to find out you’re unique. Often I find out that I’m unique in ways that, maybe, I’m not sure I want to be. For instance, my wife often tells me that my short cuts are really long cuts and that only I could come up with a particular way of getting from […]

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Welcome to the blogosphere

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —November 26, 2005
Filed in News

It’s great to see Michael Lissack join the blogosphere with his brand new blog called “He Wears His Own Glasses”. Michael Lissack lectures on business and public policy at the CEU Business School in Budapest. He is also the director of the Institute for the Study of Coherence and Emergence (http://isce.edu) and a serial entrepreneur. Dr. […]

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One year on and an updated look and feel

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —November 26, 2005
Filed in News

We’ve given the Anecdote blog a face lift in celebration of its first year of blogging service. This is my third blog. My first started in 2002 as a bit of an experiment and then I moved over to Blogger in 2003. Blogging is still a bit of a mystery to me. For example, I’m […]

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Free access to Peter Drucker articles in commemoration of his recent passing

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —November 15, 2005
Filed in News

McKinsey Quarterly is making available articles by Peter Drucker in commemoration of his death this week. He will be sadly missed, especially for those of us in the knowledge management profession. Normally reserved for premium members, these articles are available to all site members until November 21. Read them for free this week only. Best […]

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Where have we been?

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —November 11, 2005
Filed in News

We just got back from doing our “narrative techniques in practice” roadshow through Sydney and Brisbane. We had a fantastic time. Having a cartoonist help us with the archetypes was great too. The figure is of one archetype which emerged in our theme of “the learning environments of workshops”. This archetype was named ‘The Mountain […]

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Share a story – March of Dimes story

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —November 5, 2005
Filed in News

Whenever someone asks me ‘who is doing something really interesting with blogging?’ I point them to the March of Dimes’ Share Your Story website. Share is a place for parents whose newly born child is having problems to share their experiences and gain support from a community of people going through similar circumstances. Nancy White and […]

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