A show of hands please .... "Who has wasted time in a meeting recently"? It's a rhetorical question of course, but when we ask this within any organisation virtually everyone in the room will raise their hands and a ripple of ...
We've all heard this quotation from Albert Einstein, we all know it to be absolutely true yet, too often we persist with the same old thinking. There are many ways to upgrade and turbo-charge your thinking and here is one of many ...
September 2, 2019Frank Connolly
Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats® Training Day in the Melbourne CBD on Friday December 14 . How much would it be worth to your organisation if you could run meetings and communication 30% faster than you do now ? If ...
October 26, 2018Frank Connolly
This is the second part of a 3 part post on why innovation is so difficult to enact in the Public Sector. Part 1 can be found here: Barriers to Public Sector Innovation ...
July 3, 2015Frank Connolly
Do you keep hitting brick walls with issues that just won't go away? Try thinking differently to see them from new perspectives. If we move our focus from only trying to fix our problems to fixing the ways ...
February 15, 2015Frank Connolly
Allow me to preface this post with the acknowledgement that I have worked with more "public sector innovators" than anyone else I know. The sector has a great many smart people doing a great many smart things. However ...
January 6, 2015Frank Connolly
Uncertainty & Action are two words not always used in close association. Action usually implies moving forward with intent and some predetermined direction, while Uncertainty usually involves hesitation accompanied with a fervent wish to move away from the uncertainty. There is a ...
July 5, 2014Frank Connolly
Last year Think Quick facilitated an X Teams programme on behalf of the Hargraves Institute for the Department of Sustainability & Environment. Now the Victorian Public Service Continuous Improvement and Innovation Network (VPSCIIN) is about to sponsor an X Teams programme open to all ...
May 23, 2013Frank Connolly