Hi all, We need the Hive Mind of T’interweb to help us. At the request of a couple of fellow trainers on a government project we are working on we have constructed a course on getting the best from your laptop and Word. The course looks at mastering your laptop in terms of maintenance, best […]
An interesting and spot on blog about leadership has been published by Julia Middleton, founder of the not for profit charitable trust Common Purpose, that specialises in honing leaders for the future. Julia discusses the importance of 7 key questions that are key for any leader working today. Number 6 is particularly striking, but it […]
This article provides an interesting albeit brief insight into the science of semiotics and the art of photography as a psychological marketing tool. It got us wondering about “image fatigue”, and how we filter what we see on a daily basis. More than ever before we are bombarded by imagery and we would argue that […]
Technology never faills to amaze us – Minds Truly Blown
Organisations are now utterly reliant on the internet for survival, the relationship is fixed. The interesting article below makes for grim reading for any organisation or for that matter, person, who does not have a contract that provides 100% free access. Most will, but for the smaller organisation or freelancer it is possible that you […]
Our guest blogger today is Barry Wall. I had a night out with Generation Y last night and then this morning Paul Mason provided a tasty morsel of polemic in the Guardian, one that feeds in to a small but growing number of ways of thinking about and carrying out the business of business; and […]
Those who own or use Lenovo for work will want to take a look at this article. This has come to light as a result of the Windows 8 upgrade and you may need to address it.
To be succesful in an ever-changing business world we need to constantly verify that what we do is economically viable, but what can trip us up and how can we use free methods to do it using simple changes that make big differences? This is the first of a series of articles in which we […]
Having seen projects crawling along at a snails pace as every ‘opinion’ is catered for, this makes interesting reading. OPINION
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