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Interview with Stowe Boyd for his Socialogy series

I’ve long admired the work of Stowe Boyd, and especially his reflections on the future of work and business, and had the chance to finally meet him at the Social Now event in Portugal. So when Stowe challenged me to an interview for his Socialogy series I was thrilled with the invitation! Our conversation about humanizing business, the … Continue reading

Humans of the Enterprise

I’ve been in love with the Humans of New York (HONY) project ever since I discovered it a while ago. I’m always touched or amused or surprised by the great photos, but most of all by the personal stories and by how New Yorkers freely and openly share a bit about themselves and their experiences, … Continue reading

Dan Ariely, our brains and dark patterns

The other week I attended a private corporate event featuring author and researcher on behavioural economics Dan Ariely as the keynote speaker. His talk revolved around our intuition, brain illusions and decision making when facing complicated situations [as a side note, the word complexity was used by the author many times to illustrate what I … Continue reading

The future of work: on to a freelance model?

I’m blessed with many things in life. One of them is being part of a smart group of people, both male and female from their early 20s to their late 30s, with diverse backgrounds, occupations and interests, that gather every month or so for dinner & debate over a variety of topics. On one of … Continue reading

Art, life and work

I love music. As far as my memory can recall I always did. I usually work with headphones on to block the sounds of an open plan office but also to get me in the flow of work. And it is not uncommon to find me humming a tune, even when at the office, or … Continue reading