I’ve not been able to blog, but I have been tweeting. Check here to read what I’ve been tweeting. Online media in Japan today: seizing business opportunities in a fast changing environment http://bit.ly/9n02UB Exporting to China? You must read “winning the wallet of today’s Chinese consumer” (Deloittes) http://bit.ly/cx4ixd Oct 27th The 2010 Museum Edition” of […]
Archive for October, 2010
This is because Wellington City Libraries is updating its library system. However, I will still be tweeting at wcl_Marilyn. I will then transfer all my tweets to the blog.
today – first was just a notification. But I want to reach as many people who are in business, or thinking of getting started in business. The main focus will be on providing links to hidden or grey literature which I think someone might be interested in. This means I will probably be using this […]
This recent Neilson report “Online media in Japan today: Seizing business opportunities in a fast-changing environment” looks at trends in how Japanese are using social media, internet mobile technology and e-commerce. Thanks to docuticker
“The Fuse: igniting high growth for creative, digital and information technology industries in the U.K.” should provide interesting reading for anyone in NZ who is interested in how we can foster these industries. The report looks at the role of government and higher education, draws conclusions and uses case studies. Thanks to docuticker
“An inconvenient sandwich” – the throwaway ethics of takeaway food is a look at the British cafe and sandwich bar industry. Although British, it will be equally applicable anywhere in the world. The report looks at the hidden costs to society, public health and the environment. It is published by NEF and the report is available […]
Deloitte’s 2010 Ethics and workplace survey is a fascinating read. Two of the key findings are that “the recession has diminished two important forms of business currency- trust and ethics”. The report looks also at the importance that “career-fit” still plays in an employee’s satisfaction. Thanks to docuticker.