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March 31, 2010

What happens when there’s a great conversation going, ideas are sparking off each other, people are energised and excited and then someone says, “we should capture this”? Or when creativity or innovation has to be expressed as a number, you know, ROI? Or when our ideas need to conform to someone else’s model? And how do we make decisions in these complex and demanding times? Who is taking responsibility (or not) for making decisions? And what about accreditation? What’s that all about?

These and other thoughts are explored in this Tyranny of the Explicit podcast featuring the ever articulate and often provocative  Johnnie Moore, and Roland Harwood, Director of Open Innovation at NESTA. Oh, and I chime in too.

And if you’d like to explore more about this and other tyrannies that oppress us in our organisations and in our work, come and join our Crumbs! workshop in Sydney on May 13.

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