Okey dokey, I’m assuming the mention is a taunt? Well first of all, I can’t believe you’ve resisted the temptation to use a @snowded juxta-lexicography-posing favourite, namely ‘retrosepctive coherence’.
My bit comes after the lovely blog from @whatsthepont …
Sorry if that’s upset anyone, I am trying to be helpful.
There is a great deal that can be learnt from the things that ‘didn’t quite go to plan’ (failure in many cases). However, in most examples you don’t generally get to find out about these golden nuggets of learning.
That’s a Bleak View of the World. Well, I do go to a lot of conferences and seminars, where I listen to lots of people presenting their good practice case studies. I also read lots of case studies on a variety of topics (for good reasons, it’s not an obsession or anything).
The one thing that strikes me about ‘Good Practice Case Study Land’ is that,……Nothing Every Goes Wrong!
OK, I’m exaggerating a bit, but things…
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