Tidying some old emails I found a number from a few years ago where I always included the below link in my email signature: http://www.rypple.com/iangardner/pleasegivemeyourfeedback Rypple had the excellent idea of making continuous feedback easier and would quickly be bought up by SalesForce (at around the same time SAP bought SuccessFactors). It’s then interesting to… Continue reading 8bill for a survey tool? Really?
I think some posts on this topic have been lost on an old blog of mine so it can come in here as the second in this series… Do you hunch over a laptop? Do you constantly switch between apps, windows and tabs? Are you desk based but just have one monitor? If you answer… Continue reading The often ignored realities of talent management (#2): one real solution for (screen based) workplace productivity
Following on from my LinkedIn tidy and a similar exercise in my email and Old Reader I’ve now moved on to YouTube. YouTube is of course a strange beast – a real mix of the silly and serious. This wide church has contributed to many organisations going down the Vimeo route for a more professional… Continue reading My big YouTube tidy of 2018
Four years on from a similar post, this is a recap on my current tech use and how that impacts my professional practice and work/life balance. Home machine: Home use is still my iMac – now about 10 years old it’s going strong after a recent hard drive failure and replacement. Kudos to aamac for the… Continue reading What am I using: March 2018 Edition
Unusually I was quite looking forward to BETT this year. The usual trepidation ahead of fighting through slow-moving crowds perhaps tempered by knowing I wasn’t doing “the new year double-header” with Learning Technologies: #Bett2018 tomorrow (Thursday) for me but no Learning Tech show this year – will be following #LT18uk with interest! If anyone fancies… Continue reading BETT2018