Monthly Archives: November 2012

Zen And The Art of Good Website Design

I am constantly surprised at the poor design of websites given their increasing importance and the plethora of tools, experts and knowledge around. Often the front page is overloaded with content, boxes, multiple menus, and scrolling down for what seems … Continue reading

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Would you hire Steve Jobs?

So a guy walks into your office for a job interview. He has long hair and is dressed in jeans with sandals on his feet. As he sits down you immediately become aware of his “hygiene” issues. You put this … Continue reading

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Inspiration for Innovation

Thomas Edison was one of the most prolific inventors in our history with 1093 US patents to his name. As well as his inventions he also left much wisdom.  Here are my top 12 quotations from the man himself to … Continue reading

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Is This Groundhog Day?

“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”… Albert Einstein. Sometimes everyday can seem like a battle to get through the emails, deal with staff and operational issues, customer and delivery challenges and still make it … Continue reading

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7 Tips for Attracting Talent

 One: Think Again. If you have a Talent Acquisition department then maybe you should rethink your strategy. You don’t Acquire Talent, you Attract Talent. Slavery was abolished quite some time ago and unlike furniture you can’t purchase people. Seriously, regardless … Continue reading

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