Archive for the ‘Planning’ Category

Leon over at The Planning Lab has gone and done something downright brilliant for all of us young, aspiring planners. He asked two handfuls of planning’s greatest to share their advice for the next generation of planners (i.e. you & I). While there’s a ton of great stuff out there on the interwebs, right now […]


Have you ever wanted a concise list of the cream of crop planner blogs? Iqbal over at MisEntropy has posted the Top 20 blogs in the plannersphere as of 4th April 2009: russell davies Talent Imitates, Genius Steals adliterate Servant of Chaos Only Dead Fish Noah Brier Influxinsights The Hidden Persuader CrapHammer brand new Fallon […]


I’ve mentioned TED.com before, but every time I come across an extraordinary video, I feel compelled to post it. So, here goes… Every week at the office, my team gets together to watch one TEDtalk and then discuss the content. Last week we watched Hans Rosling talk about the third world. Based on that poor […]


Next Tuesday, October 7, Grant Achatz’s new cookbook debuts on bookstore shelves across the country. I happen to have gotten a peek since my boss is not only a frequent visitor of the restaurant but also good friends with Chef Achatz. The book itself is amazing – the photography is stunning, to say the least, […]


Amid all the buzz about stability and strength in the financial services’ advertising as of late, maybe a game-changer is just what the doctor ordered. Instead of talking about what’s left after the crash, change the subject. And instead of telling customers they’re safe, sound and appreciated, why not walk the walk? I remember seeing […]