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Skill gaps – who cares?

Did you hear about the Japanese Minister of Cyber Security who doesn’t know how to use a computer or anything about Cyber Security? That’s a massive skills gap, despite the assertion by Yoshitaka Sakurada that he has skilled bureaucrats backing him up. The Minister suggests that his biggest job is…
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7 Tips to Shine During EOFY Period

Because time waits for no one! At the end of financial year – motivation definitely drives decisions, and there is no shortage of motivation from stakeholders to purchase nor suppliers to sell. This is a match made in heaven and an opportunity for you to really shine. Whilst the current…
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The Future of Education: The School of Thought

Every degree, except for philosophy, is applied philosophy. I would like to say all philosophers agree with this statement, but it wouldn’t be philosophy if there were at least some dissenters. So why did I start this article with a joke about philosophy? Mark Cuban recently said that he believed…
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Improve your negotiation skills through corporate e-learning

Negotiation skills

We cannot undermine the value of negotiation skills which is at the center of any business strategic initiatives. Being a good negotiator usually implies more sales motivation, leading to the best deals for the advancement of the organization. Apart from making interesting deals, it also leads to an improved supplier…
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