Tag Archives: crowds and conversations

Reflection and 6 tips for new student bloggers

Mirror mirror on the wall I’ve become a blogger after all!  Blogs by their very nature are reflective.  A weekly (in the case of this assignment) view of a topic that shares thoughts following a conversation or something read.  So … Continue reading

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Communications and the scrum

Analogies particularly accompanied by diagrams are a useful way to get a message across. For example change communications is often compared to a journey; where we have come from, where we are now, where we want to get to (and … Continue reading

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The rise of online advertising

The Amazon Kindle has been with us for three years now.  In that time they have become much more affordable and sophisticated and I was delighted to find one in my Christmas Stocking.  Now the purpose of this blog is … Continue reading

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