Pens, Glitter Glues and a Moleskine® Diary: Has Corporate Brainstorming Ever Been This Productive?

Faced with the prospect of genuine reflection, Mediolana’s CSO did the Next Best Thing: he produced a list of twenty-five productivity principles to help guide the company through the remainder of Q3 2013 (and much of Q4 to boot). Not merely that, but he threw away some glitter glues that had been lying on his various desks since sometime around the year 2000. Mediolana has long been used to having better balance sheets than many Fortune 500 companies – but tidier workspaces constitute the real revolution!

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2 responses to “Pens, Glitter Glues and a Moleskine® Diary: Has Corporate Brainstorming Ever Been This Productive?

  1. I think the slowly emerging collective wisdom for Vines is 3 sets of 2 second clips, in line with the classical beginning, middle, ending of fairy tales. Without of course implying in any way that this should be imposed on Mediolana, I think that Mediolana’s Vines sometimes do lack a narrative. Mediolana is using Vine as an ‘impact’ generating tool, but I think 6 seconds is long enough to engage, even if it’s briefly, the higher cerebral cortex.

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