The Three Horizons of innovation and culture change
‘Three Horizons thinking’ is an effective method for making sense of and facilitating cultural transformation and exploring innovation and wise action in the face of uncertainty and not-knowing.
Enduring Ideas: The three horizons of growth | McKinsey & Company
Steve Coley, a director emeritus in McKinsey’s Chicago office, describes the three horizons framework. Based on research into how companies sustain growth, this approach illustrates how to manage for current performance while maximizing future opportunities for growth.
kitao/pyxel: A retro game development environment in Python
Pyxel is a retro game development environment in Python.
Your Friendly Guide to Colors in Data Visualisation | Chartable
An overview of color tools
The Grammar of Arabic – Type Thursday – Medium
How do you adapt a latin type design into Arabic? TypeThursday spoke with Arabic typeface designer Kourish Beigpour to find out how he interpreted the font Faction from Lost Type Co-op.
Hunting for fossils in the quirks of language – Johnson
Not all fossils are made of stone. For example, at The Economist’s headquarters in London there is a sign reading “By the lifts”; under it are pinned assorted memos and news reports. There are no lifts nearby. Only those of us familiar with the newspaper’s history understand the allusion: such clippings were displayed near the lifts in our previous HQ. Similarly, departments of the paper continue to call themselves “12th floor” and “13th floor”, even though they now share the same (sixth) floor in the new building.