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MAY 31, 2012 Comms and technology: facing the future together
The nature of internal communications and intranets is changing greatly. While new technology offers exciting new possibilities for comms teams, it does put a spotlight on the age-old divide between comms and technology teams. It was great this week to present at the Melcrum Digitial Communications Summit in Melbourne. Good fun!
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MAY 31, 2012 How Luxembourg is playing to become a technology hub
A few weeks ago I gave the keynote at the IT Nation Golden i Gala and Awards and earlier in the day ran a CIO workshop on Creating the Organisation of the Future. In my brief time in Luxembourg I learned about some of the many things that are happening in the tech scene in nation. Cloud Financial services Global economy Uncategorized
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CLARK QUINN Design Readings
| THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012
Another book on design crossed my radar when I was at a retreat and in the stack of one of the other guests was Julie Dirksen’s book Design for How People Learn and Susan Weinschenk’s 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People. This How People Read. How People Remember. How People Think. How People Focus Their Attention. MORE >>
PORTALS AND KM The Power Of Business Storytelling - Firing up the Imagination
| THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012
In his useful post, Why Storytelling is the Ultimate Weapon , Jonathan Gottschall, author of The Storytelling Animal, states that science backs up the long-held belief that story is the most powerful means of communicating a message. He refers to a new business storytelling book, Tell to Win , by Peter Guber. Stories give it form.”. MORE >>
- Information culture - different views on information literacy
An interesting new powerpoint from Thomas Hapke (University Library, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany) on the meaning of information literacy. Information culture - different views on information literacy View more presentations from Thomas Hapke. IL conceptions Germany Information Literacy MORE >>
- Survey on librarian's view of literature review
Wendy Highby, a Reference Librarian at the University Libraries of the University of Northern Colorado, USA, is investigating academic librarians' concept of the literature review and their experiences in teaching students about the literature review process. Participants should be working, or have worked, as an academic librarian. USA research MORE >>
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