notion that we flock to social media during events of interest to us is
pretty well established now. Indeed, the live coverage of events as...
0 replies - 73 views - 03/11/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
probably hard to dispute that the world is, by and large, a fairer
place than its ever been. Discrimination, on whatever grounds, is now...
0 replies - 259 views - 03/06/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
increasingly common for researchers to tap into the vast mine of data
presented via the various social networks we all use. The most famous...
0 replies - 454 views - 03/04/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
has boomed in the last 18 months, with NESTA revealing around 300
crowdfunding sites operating in the UK alone. These sites have begun to...
0 replies - 376 views - 02/15/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Last month I wrote a couple of posts
exploring the role of imitation in the innovation process. They looked
in particular at the critical role...
0 replies - 505 views - 02/07/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Earlier this week I read a fascinating interview on the TED site
between Khan Academy founder Salman Khan and Sebastien Thrun, founder
of the MOOC platform...
0 replies - 801 views - 02/06/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
When Adam Grant published Give and Take last
year, he popularised the notion that being a good person mattered, both
in life and in work. He...
0 replies - 372 views - 02/06/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Earlier this week I sat on a panel at the Open Innovation Summit
at the Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst facility for a discussion around
crowdsourcing in the...
0 replies - 642 views - 02/05/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
tagging doesn’t appear quite as popular as it once was. There was a
time when the likes of Delicious were at the peak of their powers that...
0 replies - 706 views - 01/26/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
popular myth around innovations, and indeed inventions, are that they
are groundbreaking discoveries, the likes of which we have never seen...
0 replies - 712 views - 01/24/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Dunbar number is a well known neurological construct that suggests our
brains are only capable of maintaining good relationships with around
0 replies - 501 views - 01/10/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Last week I explored
the shifting perception of the age old question around work/life
balance, and in particular how we are increasingly being defined by...
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Twitter has risen as a social network, so too have the number of
studies and articles proposing the secrets to Twitter success. This
0 replies - 850 views - 12/17/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
great deal has been written about the kind of commercial content that
gets shared most voraciously on social media. In recent years there has
0 replies - 722 views - 12/13/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
is one of those things that is the top of hitlist of things managers
want more of in their company. What if you could get your team being...
0 replies - 813 views - 12/09/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
wrote yesterday about the rising use of games for delivering social
good, be that via increased awareness or via improving scientific...
0 replies - 769 views - 12/08/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
has an inherently futuristic feel about it. Protagonists may protest
otherwise, but it’s hard to escape the feeling that it powers an...
0 replies - 409 views - 11/22/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
innovation has been around for a little while now, but has really taken
off in the last few years as organisations have begun to appreciate the
0 replies - 719 views - 11/21/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Monday I have to fight through the huddled masses congregating on
Oxford Street in order to get to a class. Whilst the crowd is pretty...
0 replies - 610 views - 11/20/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Stanford marshmallow experiment is arguably the most famous exploration
of gratification. It asks children to sit in a room with a plate of...
0 replies - 421 views - 11/12/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles