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What Cecil the lion’s death reminds us about the social age

There’s no longer a meaningful distinction between our personal a professional lives. We should take care to protect our hard won reputation from poor decisions we make in our personal lives – writes Scott Guthrie 407 more words


How social media can help in 'corporate training'?

It’s time to rest your apprehensions on social media and just start using the awesome social media tools in your training

Whether you are a traditional classroom trainer, or an expert in eLearning or virtual training, an understanding of social media can help you immensely. 391 more words

Social Media In Training

Open Data Has Many Forms (part 2): Positive Effects

In the last post, I discussed how making cultural event data can lead to a sense of ownership, which is similar to how making 3D models of cultural heritage artefacts available online can lead to a feeling ownership.  397 more words


McLaren speaks out against testing ban

McLaren has become the first F1 team to voice its opposition to the proposed plans to limit testing to just eight days in 2016.

The FIA has stated that the cut-down on test days will help to cut costs for the teams, but with two additional races taking place during a more condensed season, there is major concern amongst both the teams and manufacturers that just two pre-season test events will not be enough. 353 more words


Boullier fuels rumours of McLaren customer team

Since the FIA announced its intention to open up the tender for a new F1 team to join the grid, reports have been rife that GP2 front-runners ART could be the natural selection to ascend to motorsport’s top tier. 215 more words


12 things I learnt from comms2point0’s Essential Video Skills Workshop

You’ll probably have heard by now that video is the next big thing on the internet but not sure what to do about it and how to start incorporating it in your communication plans effectively without going bankrupt. 708 more words



Every cloud has a silver lining, right? But those linings are a bit trickier to find since the election result in May left a lot of charity’s plans and projects looking shaky, if not completely shelved. 225 more words