2009 was, as expected, a tough year for recruitment. However we ended the year stronger with greater numbers of both contract and permanent opportunities than expected. Most of these were from our larger clients. Read the rest of this entry »
In my last article I wrote about custom SharePoint Workspaces and mentioned issues and risk lists and how you can customise their category values and how these bits of “meta data” can then be used in Data Analysis views using OLAP Cube data. Read the rest of this entry »
In common with great murder mysteries, organisational change can be complex; behaviour driven by hidden motives and people desiring an outcome that will be beneficial to them potentially at the expense of others. So how do you get to the truth? If you were Hercule Poirot or Miss Marple you’d conduct a series of interviews and then pull everyone in to a room to hear the plotline and denounce the killer. Your indispensible tool is your trusty magnifying glass…every good detective has one.
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