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WHAT WE THINK - page 21

How To Know When a “No” Is Not a No-No (Unreasonable Blog #2)

How To Know When a “No” Is Not a No-No (Unreasonable Blog #2)

This is the second in our eight part series over at Unreasonable.Is No. It doesn’t matter what language it’s in, it’s not a word any of us like to hear. But surprisingly, when starting a business, understanding and acting on a “no” can be more…

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Sending love on Valentine’s Day

Sending love on Valentine’s Day

[metaslider id=4687] When we saw that we would have been going for just 10 days on Valentine’s Day, we couldn’t resist – we made around 40 of these cards and sent them to our friends and clients to give their poor neglected problems the love…

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Do you feel the start up fear? (Unreasonable blog #1)

Do you feel the start up fear? (Unreasonable blog #1)

We’ve been asked by the good people at Unreasonable.is to write eight weekly articles for their site, talking a little about what we do, what we think and what we’ve learned. This, our first post, is about fear. You often hear about entrepreneurs and start-ups…

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Use or ornament? What Petra taught me about design

Use or ornament? What Petra taught me about design

Last month I was lucky enough to go to the ancient city of Petra in Jordan. I went with my nephew Benji and my brother, Peter, who was making a detour after going back to Kibbutz Ayelet Hashahar, where he spent two inspiring summers at…

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Developing a thinking toy: Content vs Interface

Developing a thinking toy: Content vs Interface

Content vs interface? from Andrew Missingham Developing new thinking for clients can often mean me beavering away, honing and polishing an idea until it shines with a high-gloss sheen, before sharing it with anyone else. But in the spirit of moving from Research>Insight>Strategy to my…

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From old media to post media

From old media to post media

There’s a saying around the smart-aleck set I’m part of: “If it’s free, you’re probably the product” What this bon mot describes is a media business model. The first memorable instance where I saw this model applied to describing online businesses was in Andrew Dubber’s…

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A feature phone fortune at the base of the pyramid

A feature phone fortune at the base of the pyramid

When I was in Nairobi recently, running the Naideation hack day and ideation session, one thing the group of participating developers and entrepreneurs and I discussed was the business case for designing for the least advantaged. Leaving any ethical or redistributive argument to one side…

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From Naideation Nairobi to JaagIDEA Bangalore

From Naideation Nairobi to JaagIDEA Bangalore

I had a fantastic experience hosting Naideation, at iHub last week. Naideation was the second in the series of hack day and ideation sessions I’m hosting, where I’ve been lucky enough to work with some of the smartest entrepreneurs and developers in Accra and Nairobi…

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From Haccra to Naideation

From Haccra to Naideation

I’m writing this on the flight to Nairobi, on my way to continue the very exciting project I started in Accra two weeks ago, aimed at prototyping new business models for social change using mobile phones to empower adolescent girls across the developing world. (by…

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Why strategy doesn’t work (and what to do about it)

Why strategy doesn’t work (and what to do about it)

When it come to choosing work, I select projects by their capacity to appeal to my heart more than my head. This means that I’ve been lucky enough to do a really exciting variety of projects, and I’ve been able to create a work life…

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