Monthly Archives: July 2012

All together now – it’s becoming compulsory!

Collaboration – everyone’s talking about it. It features in conferences, in workplace related articles, in software promotion videos, and even in TED talks. We continually hear about synergies, the benefits of knowledge sharing and increases in innovation and creativity. Much of … Continue reading

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It’s time we had a talk

Well-being seems to be a subject which has hit the headlines so much recently, It feels like it has employed it’s own PR consultancy. I think it can be traced back to Dame Carol Black’s 2008 Review of the health … Continue reading

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You’ve got a friend

Let me start with a confession – I’m a big James Taylor fan. There, I’ve said it and I know for some people this will not come as a surprise, and for others it will be a disappointment. Sorry, I’m … Continue reading

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‘Where are all the bright young things?’ – a date for your diary

I was recently reviewing my blog, and noticed that my most popular posting was called  Where are all the bright young things? Answers on a tweet please . I wrote about the idea of organising an event where all the speakers were … Continue reading

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