My notes, links, quotes and case studies from the 20-minute presentation I gave for iXperience Friday on Facebook Live with IBM iX on 27th March 2020. I covered a lot of content so I thought it might be helpful to share all the links for anyone who is interested.
Chief Customer Officer @IBM for Energy, Environment & Utilities • Lover of Old Business Books, Clever Technology and the NHS • Based in London, UK.
Since we’re all locked up for the foreseeable future and resigned to communicating via WebEx, Zoom, Teams and Skype, I thought I’d share some useful advice of giving better online presentations. (Including some insights about the carbon footprints of webinars!)
For the last 4 years I have done a Masterclass each day on my commute to work. Here’s the highlights from some of my favourite lessons.
A one-pager of a few business leaders I admire. Inspired by Chris Hadfield’s “one-pagers” from his Masterclass series.
A few things that I learned from teaching an assembly of 200 kids aged 9-13 about climate change! This advice seems as relevant for the boardroom as it is for the classroom.
Need to understand the carbon cycle? Here’s some simple observations, experiments, and models that contribute to our evolving understanding of the Earth’s many systems that absorb and release carbon.
Good artists copy, great artists steal. (Just make sure that you steal from good people who have something useful to say).
Whether you’re looking to brush up on sustainability knowledge, learn something new or delve into a specific niche, there’s a show for you. Here are some to check out, grouped into a few categories based on what you might be looking for.
I’ve learned a few things along the way about working in a big business. What’s good? What’s not? How do you survive? But more importantly, how do you thrive?
The difference between an audience and a community is just which way the chairs are facing…
Excellent FREE magazine from Reuters on tomorrows capitalism, sustainability, climate action and transformation.
Carbon is the element that likes to hold hands and collaborate. Carbon is fascinating when you look at where it goes. It will go to a party and if it’s a good party it will stay and if it’s not it will leave and go to another party…