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The 2017 Buzz Words – My Prediction

At the start of each year, the great and the good make predictions on what will happen during the year.  There are predictions for practically everything, from globally impacting events such a
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Posted On :  01-01-2017

HR Technology Trends 2016 versus 2017

Personally, I love the end of the year for blogging.  You get a dose of “the best of last year”, and you get the “predictions for the coming year”.  What is missin
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Posted On :  27-12-2016

Beyond Transactional: Judgement Intensive HR Shared Service

Most professionals who have worked in the shared services or the outsourcing market will tell you that the most appropriate type of activities to move into a shared service centre (SSC) is work tha
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Posted On :  28-11-2016

Post Truth the New Word for 2016

Oxford Dictionary has declared “post-truth” to be its international word of the year.  It is an adjective defined as “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective
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Posted On :  24-11-2016

Gig the New Noun

What exactly is a “gig worker”?  Today the definitions of the types of employees are numerous.  You have freelance, contractor, contingent, full-time, part-time, permanent, te
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Posted On :  15-11-2016

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5 Global Shifts Reshaping the World

At the start of each new year, you can be assured of a wave of articles talking about what is going to change, predictions for the year and the things that will have the greatest impact.  
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Posted On :  15-01-2017

Big Data and its Impact on Marketing & Sales

A "must read" article focused on the ten major impacts of big data on marketing and sales.  A well-written article with excellent case studies and illustrated examples.  The ten
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Posted On :  14-01-2017

7 Strategies for Hiring and Managing Creative Employees

Everyone wants more creative and innovative employees, and companies are looking for the right recipe of changes to make to the environment, policies, rules, structure, organisation, training, mana
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Posted On :  02-01-2017

Things we learned in 2016

The BBC publishes a daily list of interesting and unexpected facts from daily news stories called "10 things we didn't know last week". They did a selection of the top 100 (out of 365
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Posted On :  01-01-2017

Tribes, Flocks and Single Servings

The digital world has created many new names and labels along with re-purposing older names to mean new things.  An example of this is on-line communities.  Even typing or saying it sound
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Posted On :  30-12-2016

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A Rare Sighting - Red Seadragon

Marine biologists Greg Rouse and Josefin Stiller have discovered a third species of seadragon, which they named the ruby seadragon.  

The animals' distinctive colour also gave th
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Posted On :  15-01-2017

Antarctic Glacier the Size of California Melts

In East Antarctica, 3,000km south of the West Australian town of Albany, an ice shelf the size of California is melting from below.  A group of Australian scientists are travelling to Ant
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Posted On :  14-01-2017

Name that Beetle

A way to get children more interested in nature and protecting it is to get them engaged in a fun and competitive way, The Australian Museum contest over Christmas to "name that beetle" i
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Posted On :  30-12-2016

Save the Giraffe

The giraffe population has declined by 40 percent over the past three decades and now stands at about 97,600, according to the findings by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, wh
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Posted On :  11-12-2016

Coral Bleaching and the Great Barrier Reef

The picture in this post is one that I personally took on the Great Barrier Reef about five years ago.  It shows what the reef is supposed to look like.  Today the reef is under great str
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Posted On :  28-11-2016




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