Whoever tells the best stories goes home wirth the most marbles…
For 75 years, IBM Research has been propelling innovation for IBM, from the first programmable computers to the quantum computers of today.
The one question you should never forget to ask: “This is great. But how do we make it BETTER?”
“I don’t have to agree with you to like or respect you”.
Consultants love to ask “What keeps you up at night?” – but surely a much better question is “What gets you out of bed in the morning?”
According to Sandman author Neil Gaiman, the four words every writer wants their reader to be asking is “And then what happened?!?”
If you want to see where the future is going, look where people are having the most fun…
Future vice president Kamala Harris knows how to present her CV without appearing too arrogant or self-promotional. It’s a tough skill to learn when you need to talk about yourself.
Putting the 3 appeals of persuasion into practice. Arguments are not about winning. They are about winning people over…
Featuring content from Jane Goodall, Emma Watson, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Greta Thunberg, Melinda Gates, Kate Raworth, Anita Roddick and Malala Yousafzai, Tell Stories That Matter looks behind the scenes at how they communicate, so that you can learn to tell better stories yourself.
Here are 5 predictions that we at IBM believe will help organisations to become more sustainable over the next 5 years.
If you only read one thing today, this report should be it. Very readable and full of important stats and stories. If you want to learn more about the UN’s … Continue reading Sustainable Development Goals: Progress in 2020?