Now, collaboration between local authority partners and the Consolarium is generally very good. When things are going well I usually find that we are in step with our thinking, we’ve made sure that the timing is right and overall the tempo has to be appropriate for things to move smoothly forward. Now the relationship with Stirling Council and the ICT Development team (Margaret Cassidy, Joe Shaw and Sally Fulton QIO) is very much up there in hitting all the dance metaphor criteria but surely this is taking it too far:
Thanks to Margaret Cassidy for this masterpiece, I haven’t laughed so much in ages. If you want to have a go at making your own then get some heads cut out in Photoshop and tackle them to www.jibjab.com. I’m sure that much mirth and merriment will ensue!
I was with the Margaret and Joe today capturing case study material for the Consolarium’s website and I had my audio-visual maestro, Barrie Barreto, with me. Margaret knew he was coming along so in order to ensure that he did not feel left out she made another jib jab movie with me and him in it. By the way, Barrie is the one with the puppy fat! ;-)
Hope you have fun jib-jabbing!