Business Analysis and Convergence

In 2018 I had the opportunity to attend the much lauded Business Analysis Europe Conference in Westminster, London, courtesy of UCISA’s personal development bursary for those working in the education sector. The 2018 event marked the conference’s tenth year and having been a Business Analyst for approaching fifteen years now, this conference has been on … Continue reading Business Analysis and Convergence

New! Business Bytes

I've picked up a lot of useful hints, tips and knowledge about business and productivity over the years. In addition to writing about developments in the business world, I also run training sessions and workshops on stress management, working relationships, efficient working, productivity and being organised and have compiled some of the materials below. If … Continue reading New! Business Bytes

Video is King

As smartphone and tablet use has become more pervasive and acceptable in more social scenarios, the mode of content consumption has changed. Consumers have moved from reading articles, to consuming more content in video format. As such, there is little surprise in finding that organisations are putting aside ever-increasing budget for video marketing. However, making … Continue reading Video is King

What’s Hot in Digital for EduTech? Digifest 2018 Top Takeaways

Edutech professionals travelled from far and wide to attend Jisc's two-day Digifest 2018 conference at the Birmingham ICC on 6th and 7th March 2018, to find out about the latest developments in digital strategy and digital learning technologies in further and higher education. The conference boasted a rich agenda grouped into four distinct streams; digital … Continue reading What’s Hot in Digital for EduTech? Digifest 2018 Top Takeaways

Long-form is Dead… Long Live Long-Form

With recent news about declining print newspaper sales and major newspapers switching to online only services, it is unsurprising that there are many cries of "print is dead" in the media. We are also hearing a great deal about the importance of writing in short-form for on-the-go content consumption. But what of the future of traditional long-form media such as books and magazines?