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and so the Millenials ruled the corporate world for the next 70 years...
80 million baby boomers will retire over the next 25 years and so the baton is handed to the next generation to lead the brave new world. As a person of generation X, you might think this is my time but statistics show that the Gen-X reign will be short lived if it happens at all. When the 80M boomers...
7 Sep 2007
Colin Speaks: Education and support (2 of 2)
Enabling continuous improvement in knowledge worker productivity We are in the middle of exploring how we can design educational and support services in the organisation to improve knowledge worker productivity. One response is of course to make more use of technology to help us. This is a natural area...
30 Aug 2007
Colin speaks: Education and support (1 of 2)
Enabling continuous improvement in knowledge worker productivity An informal survey… It certainly doesn’t count as ‘research’, but for a number of years I’ve asked as many IT managers as I can how their organisations help knowledge workers understand how to exploit Microsoft Office and other tools to...
23 Aug 2007
Today I'm very pleased to introduce my first guest blogger, Colin Ashurst from the Durham Business School in this the first of a series he will be posting on officerocker. I've known Colin for many years and I'm looking forward to working with him over the next few months. I'll let him introduce himself...
27 Jun 2007
The Enterprise Learning Framework
I was chatting with my friend Colin Ashurst from Durham Business School this morning about the world of the information worker. He was saying he still thinks there needs to be more focus on helping get the technology deployed and getting people to use it. I think he's right, especially with all the new...
30 May 2007
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