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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Read our latest posts below:

the end-user manifesto

By admin_gv | January 1, 2007

Danny V. sent me this manifesto, however it came without a URL:The End-User Manifesto Things that need to be in the mind of anyone building …

thoughts on the last day of 2006

By admin_gv | December 31, 2006

I’m having a blissfully slow week. Reading books, listening to jazz records, and strolling up to Notting Hill once a day to grab some dinner. …

blogging delivers five-fold increase in stormhoek sales in less than two years?

By admin_gv | December 29, 2006

It’s been a busy year for Stormhoek. December 29th, 2005 [one year ago exactly]: “Blogging Doubled Stormhoek Sales In Less Than Twelve Months.” When I …

winners announced

By admin_gv | December 27, 2006

Steve Clayton announces the winners of the “Blue Monster” lithograph. I was in my local pub four days ago, hanging out with an old acquaintance. …

microsoft blue monster lithographs have arrived

By admin_gv | December 14, 2006

[Click on image to enlarge etc.] The Microsoft Blue Monster Lithographs have arrived. Microsoft’s Steve Clayton reports: Hands up who wants one of the limited …

blue monster lithographs

By admin_gv | December 8, 2006

I said earlier that if the Microsoft “Blue Monster” cartoon got enough traction inside Microsoft and its extended family, Stormhoek would consider doing a signed, …