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It’s World Braille Day today, celebrating the birth of Louis Braille, who invented the reading and writing system used by millions of partially sighted and blind people across the world.
We write a lot about innovation and diversity, and Louis...More
Is your organisation still only looking at the here and now, shuffling along, dragging its feet through any change which comes its way? It’s not uncommon to get the feeling that you’re stuck in a revolving door, never going...More
Institutional memory can be rife in organisations with a long history and low turnover. Although there are benefits to this kind of shared knowledge, a group of decision makers who hold similar views narrows the scope of thought, and...More
Given how pervasive technology is these days, you’d be forgiven for thinking that there’s an equal split between men and women where employment in the technology industry is concerned. However, you’d be wrong.
New research from the Computing Technology Industry...More