I’m sure it won’t hurt if we all get in on “Be Nice to a Recruiter Month”, you might even end up with a new job!
I have been reading Leaning Circuits and they have released their report on the state of eLearning at the end of 2004. A report that generated mixed reactions with me. While as the report states it almost looks like the number of organisations using eLearning are dropping, however I am not sure the we canContinue reading “eLearning trends”
I need to replace by ski gear and just found the perfect replacement, this way I can still listen to podcasts while I am on the slopes.
I have been asked by several people recently “What is a Wiki?”. While there are some great examples and references out there, a recent article from Forbes provides a good background and good support for the use of Wiki’s. If you want to find a Wiki, check out Wiki Engines where there is a wikiContinue reading “What is a Wiki?”
Over the last few days blogger has been playing up. Not sure if you are all seeing the impact, it seems this morning things have got back to normal.
It is strange how things turn out. Over the last 6-12 months I have wanted an iPod but just could not justify the expense and I was concerned about “the next big thing from Apple”, so far I have watch the 4G, 40GB iPod, and Photo iPod all being introduced. I listen to all myContinue reading “iPods for all!”
For all you SAP heads out there if you did not get to TechEd this year, or even if you did go, you can now purchase DVD’s of the events via the SAP Developer Network. On other SAP related items each time I visit SDN I find all sorts of interesting pieces of information. SuchContinue reading “SAP Tech Ed online”
Adrian O’Leary pointed to me to an interesting article from Fast Company in April. Where there is a poll on the potential for businesses for blogs, results are interesting showing a fairly even split over knowledge management, project management, sales & marketing, and competitive intelligence. Ok, maybe only 1000 votes but still an interesting breakdown.Continue reading “Benefits of internal blogs”
Via Enterprise RSS. Charlene Li talks about Razorfish using blogs and other social tools for internal collaboration and knowledge management. Interesting post. Charlene wonders if such an arrangement displaces traditional KM systems? I would say yes it will! Blogs are about opening up conversations with people, as we have seen recently with Scoble. By openingContinue reading “Blogs & Social networks for internal communications”
Just listened to Phil Becker being interviews by Doug Kaye over at IT Conversation. Phil is one of (maybe the) organisers of the Digital ID World conference that was recently held in Denver this year. I am finding myself more and more interested in the whole area of digital identity, I have mentioned single signContinue reading “Manageing digital identity & trust”