If you have not seen it, here is the original documentary footage which was edited down to the 30-second clip. It comes from the Danish filmmaker Jorgen Leth who recorded Warhol in 1981 for his art movie “66 Scenes from America” which was filmed. Continue reading “#EATLIKESIMONANDMARIA”→
In Customer Experiences with Soul Maria and I write about the artwork of The Glasgow Boys, an informal group of young artists that emerged in the nineteenth century. Two members of the group which we particularly focus on are George Henry (1858-1943) and Edward Atkinson Hornel (1864-1933), writing about their dramatic painting The Druids: Bringing in the Mistletoe.
We start Customer Experiences with Soul with a look at the meaning of the word ‘soul’ in business. We close chapter one with the following remarks:
One of the greatest challenges for any company wishing to grow is the continued nurturing of its soul, the very reason for its early success. In chapter four therefore we look at how BrewDog recognised this very issue and sought to capture more formally the essence of their being in their Be More BrewDog charter.
The inspiration for this article came to me while thinking that I may need to explain the sudden deluge of Fantasy Football (#FPL) tweets to those who follow me on Twitter. The reason is that the vast majority of people who are following me are unlikely to be fantasy football fans, and have other interests such as design, customer experience, Holonomics – those kinds of things.
But I really feel that this incredibly absorbing, exciting, frustrating, and at times hilarious game justifies an article not just for my Twitter followers, but to all of you who may not have experienced the highs and lows of this amazing game, and also just how many lessons it can teach us. Continue reading “Why I love Premier League Fantasy Football”→