Recently I made a pretty ground breaking decision which was a moment of realisation for me. I decided that I couldn’t do business with suppliers or colleagues, collaborate or belong to Discussion Groups unless the people I was connecting with we’re digitally savvy and could respond to email, Calendar Invitations and open documents fast. Of course, I have to accept that clients are not digitally savvy at all times, that is my marketplace.
My life now leads me into many exciting projects to help the digital economy, to grow the skills within the digital supply chain between companies and people. My love is Community building and helping people to become great Digital Citizens and sometime Great Digital LeadORS. I do this through the The Digital Business Campaign www.digitalbusinessbritain.com wotking with Digital Youth Academy, Frontier and leadORS. [click to continue…]
Most of us, at some point in time, will have been part of a conversation where someone has said ‘I really need some help with x,y or z?’ Perhaps they’ve been explicit and told you that they need to find a bouncy castle by next Sunday for their daughter’s birthday party. The list of things we can be asked to help find by our friends, family and colleagues can be quite overwhelming sometimes and I know that occasionally I feel a bit like a telephone directory, doling out the contact details of the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker. [click to continue…]