We’re living through one of the fastest changing environments in human history. In our lifetimes, use of computers has moved from simulation – using new technology to model world events – through communication – from 1980s bulletin boards to seamless social platforms – and towards embodiment, as digital tools pervade our everyday life. As the […]
To paraphrase Susan Jeffers, business decision makers “Feel the fear” when contemplating the huge change and potential havoc that digital innovation could wreak on their established culture – but it’s time take a deep breath and “Do it anyway”.
One of the comforting things about making the leap to the online space is how closely online behaviour resembles that in the ‘real world’. Once a business realises that the same message is being communicated regardless of the medium, and that online channels are just a new way of getting to the market, the move […]
We’re delighted that Kate Baucherel has been shortlisted in the Helping a Business Get Connected category for the Go On North East Digital Skills Awards. Thanks to a public vote, Kate reached the last three in this category. A second round of public voting is now open at digitalskills.com/awards until Friday 14 March, 6pm. Winners […]
What’s your reason for being online? You can only build your skills if you have a real reason to do it. At school, our reason for building skills was to pass those exams that led to our futures. In the world of work, it’s earning power that gives us an incentive. But the online space […]