The Gapingvoid Email

Three days a week we’ll email you a super insightful illustration that tells a story about the world of work. The emails cover topics like company culture, design thinking, leadership strategies, creating better functioning teams, enhancing patient experience, etc. They are designed to give you insight into working smarter and being more connected to why you do what you do. We also feature guest posts once a week from thought leaders around the world. People who enjoy the daily are most often senior leaders in business, healthcare execs, entrepreneurs, and academics.

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random thoughts on being an entrepreneur

By admin_gv | January 14, 2007

Random thoughts on being an entrepreneur.I wouldn’t say I was an authority on entrepreneurship, certainly not in the same league as people like Fred Wilson …

random notes on blogging

By admin_gv | January 14, 2007

Random Notes On Blogging. 1. The First Rule of Blogging: “Blogs don’t write themselves.” It’s the hardest and most frustrating part of professionally helping others …

i move with the times

By admin_gv | January 13, 2007

[Click on image to enlarge/download/print etc. Licensing terms here etc.] [Bonus Link:] Edelman’s European CEO, David Brain, is very bullish on 2007. Watch the video.

the london culturally-deprived geek day out: sunday 21st january

By admin_gv | January 12, 2007

Having spent most of the last few years in front of a computer screen, immersed in a tangled web of blogging, business and cartooning, I’m …

the social customer manifesto

By admin_gv | January 12, 2007

[Click on image to enlarge/download/print etc. Licensing terms here etc.] Christopher Carfi is one of my favorite marketing bloggers. His writings are mostly based around …

steve jobs just farted

By admin_gv | January 11, 2007

I’m starting to suspect that Apple couldn’t stay out of the news even if their lives depended on it…