Passing on the baton

September 3, 2007

it was with a little nervousness that I accepted the offer to be the inaugural Guest Blogger on the Cognitive Edge website. It came at a time of a busy travel/work schedule along with family demands (a 2-month old son, 6 yr old daughter on summer vacation, and the start of a house building project). However after jumping in and using my travel time as the opportunity to prepare posts I must say that it was an enjoyable experience. In the end I found myself looking forward to the opportunity to reflect and share thoughts with the broader community of CE practitioners and getting some attention from those that follow Dave’s blog.

This week represents the start of a new guest blog appearance at Cognitive Edge. I will leave the introduction to the next guest to Dave. Now having spent some time initiating posts I am looking forward to engaging in the comment section in the weeks ahead. It will be interesting to see how the mixed sequence of practitioner, academic and thought leader guests stimulates new insights and perspectives. The baton is now in your hands Gary…

Michael Cheveldave

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