February 22, 2017

I notice that whenever I read about the digitisation of work, I feel fearful: rightly or wrongly, it's not that I think that my role as a writer, speaker and trainer is particularly threatened. It's that I don't know what a digitised future actually means or looks like...

September 13, 2016

I recently read an article on how magic is alive and well in Western culture - I'll define magic as using ritual words and actions to mitigate against the anxiety of uncertainty. By that definition, superstition and religion are examples of magic in our society, but so...

June 9, 2015

Participant Observation

As I've mentioned before, anthropology teaches us how to expose a culture's logic, by figuring out how to read people's behaviours and the rules they follow. This makes anthropology a perfect tool for understanding and promoting diversity awarene...

May 12, 2015

“You’re a – what?!” - The response I often get when I tell people that I’m an anthropologist is: “do you dig up dinosaurs?” Yet, there are many corporate anthropologists out there and we have a lot to offer the business world. So, I thought I’d explain a bit about what...

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