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Can you predict and optimise key components of collaboration?
Justin Kirby was very kind to do a writeup of our contribution to a NESTA funded research project he was involved in. These ideas aren’t dissimilar to what I wrote about re: Jackie Orme and I’ve added a short extract … Continue reading
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Video – What I wish Jackie Orme had said in Manchester
This video is a response to Jackie Orme’s speech at this year’s CIPD conference in Manchester. It introduces some new ways to think about current opportunities for People Managment and HR. Twitter Linkedin Facebook Google Email
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