Those of you who have been following our popular Data Zoo series of blog posts and White Paper may be interested to know that whilst completing our Data Behaviours training course using the Data Zoo concept, we have discovered a
I recently attended and presented at the PLM10 conference in Bremen. One of the other attendees, Professor Chris McMahon of Bath University, suggested that affordance was an additional quality attribute that should be considered when assessing data quality. I had
This is the third and final part of a three part blog post providing guidance on how to create and deliver an effective presentation. Part 1 provided guidance on how to develop your content. Part 2 gave tips on how
This is the second part of a three part blog post providing guidance on how to deliver a good presentation. Part 1 explained how to develop your content. This part focuses on the actual delivery of the presentation.
I’ve just spent a few days away at a conference where there was a huge variety of presentation styles and effectiveness of presentations, some good and some much less so. This has prompted me to write this three part post
We recently hosted two US students visiting the UK on the “People to People” programme. Our children’s school plays host to the “Homestay” section of the programme. The US students stay with a UK family with kids of around the