An ongoing project of mine, and this looked very interesting.
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I was at a Leading Minds workshop over the weekend, at the University of Leeds. It was organised by Jamie Dow.
It is a research project, at the Interdisciplinary Ethics Applied Centre, on methods of persuasion. It brings together ancient philosophical discussions of the skills of “dialectic” (in interactive […]
September 22nd, 2014 | Tags: Aubert-Baillot, Ciulla, Communication, dialectic, Facebook, Jamie Dow, Leading Minds, Leeds, McCabe, McCready-Flora, persuasion, rhetoric, Schedlitzki, Scott, Socrates, tweet, Twitter, University, Woolf | Category: Communication, Higher Education, ideas, Inspiration, leadership, Leeds University | Leave a comment | Permalink | Trackback |
The more we “connect” online, the less actual human interactions we have, making us fairly unsocial. […]
“Big Data” combines structured “Tiny Data” and unstructured “Social Data”. Combining these to create useful insight and action plans is a business necessity. […]
May 11th, 2013 | Tags: Big Data, Databases, Facebook, organizational change, PowerPoint, Slideshare, Social Data, Structured Data, Tint Data, Twitter, Unstructured Data | Category: Business, Change, Customer, ideas, Innovation, networks, Social Networks, Strategy, Technology | Leave a comment | Permalink | Trackback |
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