Posted by Fernande van Schelle on 24th January 2013
A good team is formed not of people ‘like you’, but one that generates constructive discussion and one where the whole is greater than its parts.
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Posted by Mark Reeson on 15th January 2013
Go on, briefly take a look around you and ask yourself right now, when did I last use that or have I got a real use for this? We have over years developed into a society that enjoys gadgets, stuff that at the time seems very important and yet when you truly consider it, not really necessary. But that is only part of the problem, it is not just about what we make but also the question of how we make it or service and provide it.
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Posted by Graham Oakes on 9th January 2013
Projects are tricky beasts. Lots of moving parts. Tight deadlines. Skills shortages. Diverse, and often conflicting, stakeholder perspectives. With so much going on, it’s easy for a team to overlook important details, or to get blindsided by change or drift in project parameters.
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Posted by Stuart Tatton on 7th January 2013
Studies show that the decision to opt for university is an ever-exacerbating one; tuition fees rise as the chances of gaining a job decrease. So why do undergraduates pursue this expensive and fickle route? From personal experience it’s a combination of three things. 1: Their profession requires it of them; 2: It’s what is expected of them; or 3: They haven’t a clue what else to do.
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Posted by Jane Royden on 21st December 2012
There doesn’t appear to be a word out there (yet) for the fear of blogging, or blogging phobia - so is it actually just me? Over the past few weeks I've been reflecting on changes that have come this year for the People SIG. I am wondering what do we already know now, that in a year’s time we will wish we had realised we knew?
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