Tuesday, 9 January 2018

I was not mad at all.

Reading through many of my old posts I’ve come to the realisation that what people called me mad for was actually my insight when they were to blind to see.  Twitter is only one case in point. I was advised it was a gimmick and I should not discuss it with my tafe students. I was told the same about MySpace. I would be doing the students a disservice. Marketing business students knew more than their lecturers about social media which scared the pants off most,  did I listen we’ll sort of I listened to the needs of my clients not management. Sure I copped it from staff but that is a story for another time.

1 comment:

Alexander Hayes said...

I reckon you should give us what occurred and WHY you think these managers and so on were reluctant to support you at the time.

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