Glow: bringing energy and innovation to your work
Create a cooperative environment within your organisation and you will radiate energy, innovation and success, says Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice

Virtual Maths - 3D shapes, area of cylinder
Interactive simulation demonstrating the formula and calculation of the area of a cylinder
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4.1.1 Mapping who knows what

One of the most widespread ways to represent what you know is to represent who knows what. This avoids the complications of codifying or storing the knowledge in great detail – you simply map the relevant people to a high-level taxonomy, leaving them to give contextualised answers when asked. Initiatives to provide corporate ‘yellow pages’ which map an organisation by what people know rather than by where they work, or alphabetically, have been reported to be extremely popular and succe
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How to deal with the upturn when it comes
Richard Punt, Managing Partner of Strategy at Deloitte, discusses how managers can best prepare their organisation for the upturn

The need for a department of death and renewal
Nick Wood, entrepreneur and business advisor, looks at why all businesses today need a 'death and renewal' department that has the ability to make difficult decisions to ensure the long-term survival of the organisation

Survival of the fattest
Chris Higson, Associate Professor of Accounting discusses how despite their revenues tumbling and prices falling, Apple survived the recession of the early 1990s because they were a fat organisation with a strong balance sheet

Virtual Maths - 2D Shapes diagrams and formula
Diagram of 2D shapes, including formulas
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Black World Negro Digest 1961-1976
Google Books provides free access to the full text of a number of free issues of this journal from the 1960s-1970s. Published by Johnson Publishing Company it offers a mix of current affairs articles, reviews, literature and cartoons relating to Black politics, society and culture in the USA during the period. It includes some materials relating to the Black African American civil rights movement of the 1960s.Copyright information is displayed on the website.
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ePod 11 – Robogals
This month, ePod interviews the President of Robogals London - the first UK chapter of a global organisation started at the University of Melbourne, Australia. We hear about their plans for expansion across the UK and Ireland along with their recruitment drive! We discuss how they help to encourage young female involvement with engineering by [...]
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1.2 What is expected from projects?

  • The project may be expected to deliver financial benefits to the organisation.

  • In the public sector projects are usually expected to lead to social, economic and political outcomes.

All projects are different. The level of complexity differs and the context in which a project exists will affect it. There is no single right way to manage a project. All projects have customers.

There are three key dimensions to a projec
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We’re From the Government and We’re Here to Help
Social entrepreneurs can tap governments to expand impact. Escuela Nueva assisted the Colombian government to debut a new model of teaching more attuned to the needs of rural children and their communities. Riders for Health negotiated innovative delivery of health services to remote communities in Africa. YouthBuildUSA partnered with government to scale a program to address core issues facing low-income communities. Hear about best practices in working with governments and how to stay true to t
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Cannabis in Research
 Dr Stephen Alexander - Associate Professor in Molecular Pharmacology in  the School of Biomedical Sciences

Dr Stephen Alexander has recorded the first podcast for the British Journal of Pharmacology. In this podcast Dr Alexander delves into the depths of cannabis research to find out how future medications might benefit from current work on this exciting topic.

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Brain-Computer Interfaces
science, technology, neuroscience, medicine, electrical engineering, bioengineering, neural prostheses, brain, nervous system, neurological disease, injury, spinal cord, electrical signal, neuron, mathematical algorithm, chips, computer, motor cortex, ele
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Introduction
If you've ever been involved in campaigning for change, you probably know that getting the desired result is much harder than it seems. Moreover, the decision to campaign on a particular issue can expose tensions and cracks within an organisation itself. This unit explores effective approaches to campaigning.
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Introduction

In this unit, we will consider the nature of businesses and the principal forms of business organisation. The themes covered in Part A are company, business and capital; and in Part B, business mediums, sole traders, partnerships or firms, and assets and liabilities.

This unit is an adapted extract from the Open University course Company law and practice (W223)

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7 Useful web links
The care of children, especially those with disabilities, is surrounded by complex issues. Learning to navigate these difficulties while helping children to lead a happy and fulfilling life is the focus of this unit. Video footage from the Plus organisation in Stirling, Scotland, will help you develop a skilled, dynamic and ethical approach to working with children.
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6 Conclusion
The care of children, especially those with disabilities, is surrounded by complex issues. Learning to navigate these difficulties while helping children to lead a happy and fulfilling life is the focus of this unit. Video footage from the Plus organisation in Stirling, Scotland, will help you develop a skilled, dynamic and ethical approach to working with children.
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5 Staying safe, anxieties and risk
The care of children, especially those with disabilities, is surrounded by complex issues. Learning to navigate these difficulties while helping children to lead a happy and fulfilling life is the focus of this unit. Video footage from the Plus organisation in Stirling, Scotland, will help you develop a skilled, dynamic and ethical approach to working with children.
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4 Play
The care of children, especially those with disabilities, is surrounded by complex issues. Learning to navigate these difficulties while helping children to lead a happy and fulfilling life is the focus of this unit. Video footage from the Plus organisation in Stirling, Scotland, will help you develop a skilled, dynamic and ethical approach to working with children.
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3 Identity
The care of children, especially those with disabilities, is surrounded by complex issues. Learning to navigate these difficulties while helping children to lead a happy and fulfilling life is the focus of this unit. Video footage from the Plus organisation in Stirling, Scotland, will help you develop a skilled, dynamic and ethical approach to working with children.
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