Touching the void?

Recently I visited Canary Wharf.  Although I’ve been there a number of times before, this time it felt different.  Perhaps part of this was due to the fact it was a cold, dull and misty November afternoon, which meant the tops of many of the buildings disappeared into the clouds.   …

On being lost for words

For me, this is, ultimately, what brings people to analysis. What does this mean, i.e. to be lost for words? Not being able to speak? Maybe. Or is it rather a matter of being able to speak almost too well – except that nothing is really said at all? Many …

Digital therapy?

There is an interesting paper by Phil Brown and colleagues ‘Skills are not enough’  The basic thrust of Brown et al’s argument is that the world is now entering a second phase of globalisation (the first was in the 1980s and early 1990s), in which management and knowledge work is …