The lovely Katrina Collier on behalf of Computer Weekly interviewed me to record my perspective on the roles women take within the IT industry. Take a look! Other episodes from Katrina and Computer Weekly can be found here: Shelley Fishel – The IT Training Surgery Joy Matthews – The DMW Group Amy Lynch – Thoughtworks Wendy … Continue reading
Taking every opportunity to promote your company is important. It ensures that even if it doesn’t immediately compel a potential customer to connect with you, it helps serve as a reenforcement of your brand. In the image above you can see how those charged with the livery design of these Starbucks vans got it … Continue reading
Going through change at work? You need help managing it.
I have no doubt that you or someone you know has been browsing the job market over the summer in search of a new career or job opportunity. Of the conversations I have had, many of these searches are a reaction to the way their management has chosen to run their business and often with … Continue reading
Could energetic musicians be your business advantage?
It’s time to dispel two myths: 1) Brain training games do not work – The games may yield improvements in the narrow task being trained, but this does not transfer to broader skills like the ability to read or do arithmetic, or to other measures of intelligence. 2) We only use 10% of our brains … Continue reading
The Importance of Channel Conflict
Conflict in the IT Channel has always been around exists as a result of the friction created by businesses sharing the same ecosystem but with differing priorities. The word ‘conflict’ often has negative connotations but from it can arise some really interesting new ideas and results. Therefore it’s important not to shy away from conflict … Continue reading
Why we need to be better role models for our young people
This particular post has been rattling around in my brain for sometime now. I haven’t got it completely straight in my head just yet, nor do I think I ever will given the constant evolution of the topic. This blog talks about how women, particularly high profiled, often present and set unrealistic standards young ladies … Continue reading
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