Like drinking from a firehose.
A sample of books, TV and music I've loved this year—not necessarily of this year.
Observations to support leaders through this extraordinary time.
Conversations about the arts, work and productivity.
How might we meet listeners’ expectations and our own needs?
We're testing the hypothesis that a "big bang" release of all our recorded music would be a disservice in the attention economy.
If you haven't contributed already and are able to, you may like to consider amplifying your donation through music.
Lyric-writing is an unenviable task fraught with self-criticism
Air New Zealand has been named New Zealand's Most Attractive Employer for the third consecutive year
Two thoughts after 13 years in Talent Acquisition
Testing the hypothesis of agile songwriting
Experiments with becoming an agile songwriting machine
A personal message to my team
Creating more opportunities to discuss men's health issues in the workplace
The LinkedIn connection request is nuanced and problematic
How short-form releases maximise value for artists
Balancing the tensions of the creative brief, project delivery and financial management to achieve a great result
Tools to speed up and simplify recruitment delivery
A sense of place, value and intrinsic motivation engendered by purpose
Telling better stories
We were invited to join The Narrow on a six-date tour of South Africa. This was the furthest we've travelled abroad and a cursory Google search indicates we’re one
A lesson in customer value
I was an independent musician for years before signing to a major label. With that signing, my experience changed little--much to my peers’ surprise--in that the hard work I was
Traditional recruitment models have been scrutinised. Job boards aren't delivering the consistent quality of applicants needed. Depersonalised ATS' are hindering fluid conversations with desirable candidates. Social media in recruitment is
A learning experience