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The Insemination Game

It has taken me a while to sit down and write this post.

It has been busy and stressful month at the university, and the emotional rollercoaster of trying to get pregnant is in full swing. 837 more words


A 'step change' for development cooperation in Laos?

By Kaarina Immonen, U.N. resident coordinator and UNDP representative in Laos

We may well be about to see a far more inclusive way of working together for development in Laos. 624 more words

Inclusive Development Partnerships

Virtual Communities and Online Banking

Virtual communities are described as groups in which “people with common interests, goals, or practices interact to share information and knowledge, and engage in social interactions” (Chiu, Hsu, & Wang, 2006, p. 663 more words

The learning path to innovation

“Connecting dots” is a weekly story based on 10 most read articles from weareinnovation.org

Innovation requires learning. By constructing connected global knowledge communities, innovation experts and analysts encourage individuals and organizations to engage with a wider variety of thoughts and ideas to define intelligent change. 1,503 more words


Sand, Sea and Sun a Success!

On 12 August, more than 100 delegates attended the 6th Biennial Fraser Island Conference at the University of the Sunshine Coast at Sippy Downs. It was the best attended Fraser Island (K’Gari) Conference yet, and with the weather for the Conference being most pleasant, as was the venue and the catering, it was also judged to have been the best Fraser Island Conference so far. 133 more words

Knowledge Sharing

Spiritual Kinsman: Homage

Sometimes having a spiritual brother or sister is vital when you have rough moments in life. Knowing that there is someone you can call to decompress without worry, this is a notion more settling than the action. 206 more words


30 things #3 We shouldn't underestimate the power of the humble checklist

After reading Atul Gawande’s book The Checklist Manifesto I will never look at checklists the same way again. Not only are they deceptively simple ways of codifying knowledge in an organisation, they also provide a focus for keeping that knowledge up to date. 306 more words