Remote work doesn’t have to mean working alone.

Originally posted on John Yorke:
I have seen a number of articles recently that refer to the stages of remote work or maturity of your remote team as a linear progression to only one possible Nirvana. The Nirvana in question appears to be 100% independence, 100% asynchronous communication and no need to ever have any…

Professional communication: the contribution of archives

Anthony Haynes writes: Our main market consists of organisations for professionals, They include membership organisations, awarding bodies, and learning providers. Many of these organisations, especially the larger, long-established, ones maintain archives. The degree to which they disseminate knowledge of or from archives, however, varies. A role model here is the Institute of Engineering and Technology… Read More

How to give a presentation: the FJWilson guide

Anthony Haynes writes: Here is the revised edition to our practical guide to presentations, based on a previously published series of fifteen posts. I) The basic decision So you have to give a presentation — for example, as part of a job interview. Now ask yourself this question: “Do you want to give the best… Read More

The positive approach to organisational continuity

  Anthony Haynes writes: Recently, we blogged — here and here –about the benefits of approaching continuity management positively, rather than seeing it just as guarding against risk.   Since, we’ve been giving some though to how to communicate our approach in writing. The problem here is that, in corporation communications, the anything in the… Read More