A few weeks ago I mentioned ePortfolios and since then I have been thinking through the different items that would make up such a tool. An ePortfolio allows a learner to to develop a portfolio of work/artifacts that show their learning, skills, accomplishments and development. Blogs provide a framework publish these items and when theContinue reading “More on ePortfolios”
Johanna was interviewed by Roy Osherove while she was in Israel in early December, the MP3 file can be found at IT Conversations. Johanna provides some text book items on both recruitment and project management, a highly recommended item, I plan to listen again and make some notes. Michael (Canadian Headhunter) has posted a greatContinue reading “Johanna Rothman on interviewing and project management”
Michael Gartenberg from ComputerWorld (IDG) wrote a short item yesterday on business blogging. He provides 3 areas for all businesses and employees to consider when venturing into this space. I feel that companies (and employees) should not fear blogging, however they should understand it and ensure that their employees understand the organisation’s view point. ThisContinue reading “blogs the double-edged sword?”
SplaTT has pointed me to a new service from Triple J on Podcasting. Just signed up and going to give is a try. Great to see another Aussie podcast.
A couple of days ago Jeremy was fired for blogging, over a seemingly simple post, however it was probably more than just this one post as he says himself. The story is quite complex but should be a lesson for us all. Over the past year or so Jeremy has been very active in theContinue reading “Jeremy Wright was fired and other notes on blogs and work”
2004 seemed to be covered with stories of people losing their jobs over what they did on the internet. Whether it was downloading inappropriate content at work, sending inappropriate emails, blogs and other items people all over the placed ended up in the unemployment queues. To this end the AHRI NSW HRIS SIG (which IContinue reading “Internet abuse (shameless advertising)”
I have been checking out a new resourcing blog by Andrew Marritt, a great read. I would recommend it to anyone interested in recruitment.
Jeremy Zawodny writes about what he sees as some of the limitations of Wiki’s. His perspective is correct, and the comments on his post raise further questions and ideas. Interesting I have been trying to set up a Wiki on our home server and teach my wife how to use it. The whole process hasContinue reading “Wiki limitations”
I am a bit late in returning to my blog, just can’t seem to shake the holiday feeling, I guess that is what happens when you have 10 days off. While the break was good, there was a black cloud over most of it, I suspect for most people it was the same. The TsunamiContinue reading “A bit late returning”