I asked a question about this image in this newsletter.
More to come, but to recognize here that it was a stretch … First Person … People First!
Why People First? It’s a question that I am often asked.
Why not? If not people, then what should be first?
“ The questions being asked by mainstream media are primarily about how markets and business will recover – few ask how people will recover.”John Philpin
I have been reflecting on the pillars of People First. Each pillar has at least one reflection that throws new light on something we might have thought we understood, but on reflection we might conclude that ‘common wisdom’ should be questioned.
Reflections of any subject aren’t exactly true to the original. Sometimes distorted. Occasionally murky. Always the opposite of what we perceive as reality. Yet they are valid representations of reality.
Always revealing differences. Often adding new facets. To know the reflection is to understand the subject.
This is a living post and will be updated as reflections are added to the canon.