Human Capital Management is a UK publication that “focuses attention on how human capital management can create business value and improve performance in personal and organisational terms. HCM also reports on integrated learning and the latest technologies – the magazine’s slogan is People and technologies Continue reading HCM article
Last week, my wife Uta drove our son Austin from Berkeley to Fairbanks, Alaska, where he’ll be doing graduate work in meteorology at the University of Alaska.
Day after tomorrow, I will join them in Fairbanks. Uta and I will drive and float back. (My route on the map doesn’t show the ferry trips.) Continue reading North to Alaska, South to Berkeley
Two years ago I finished writing Informal Learning, Rediscovering the Natural Pathways that Inspire Innovation and Performance. Then my publisher took a year to produce it! Snails on valium move faster. Foot dragging does no one any good. Besides, as an author, I resent doing most of the work but receiving Continue reading Learning is strictly business
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Is this too tacky?
Travel challenges the traveler with questions. Given two entirely different takes on how the world works, which best maps to reality?
For example, this scroll hangs in many Colombian shops. If you believe in God, why not ask him to help out with the business?
In the late sixties, Dylan sang “God Continue reading Gott mit uns
Midday yesterday my wife and son headed out for Alaska in a fully packed car; Austin will continue his meteorology studies at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. I arrived home from Miami an hour after they left. I will probably fly up to Fairbanks at the end of the month so Uta and I can drive/float Continue reading The gift of time
Colombians are an upbeat, happy people. Instead of “Buenos dias,” they greet one another with “Muy buenos dias.”
The Spanish founded Bogota four and a half centuries ago. People have inhabited Colombia for the last 5,000 years. (Archaeologists have found human remains dating back 16,000 years.) Continue reading Bogota impressions
This time tomorrow I will be in Bogotá, Colombia. ¡Qué bueno! Back in a week.
I just got home from Gnomedex and UnGnomedexCamp. I am so charged up adrenaline is seeping out of my pores.
One ingredient of what makes Gnomedex so special is the people. Not just the software rockstars, but almost everybody is convivial, friendly, sharing, and caring. You don’t get that often. Continue reading Home from Gnome
it’s a beautiful saturday morning here in seattle. little white boats are plying a placid elliott bay. last night i downed a dozen oysters and elliott’s before heading to the aquarium (where you’re not allowed to eat the fish) for the gnomedex mixer. re-kindled conversations with lots of people i Continue reading Forgetful in Seattle