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Posted On April 18, 2016
TP3 is seeing a huge amount of interest in Office 365, Microsoft’s subscription-based cloud technology package. With Office 365 organisations of any size can quickly and easily get access to Microsoft technologies including the latest desktop Office suit, an online version of Office, OneDrive file storage in the cloud, Skype for Business communications, SharePoint team site collaboration and an ever-increasing array of premium ‘always-up-to-date’ apps that are available to users from virtually anywhere and on any device.

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Posted On October 29, 2015
Are you a cup half-full or half-empty kind of person? When disappointment strikes, do you take it personally or quickly accept that you can’t win all the time? How we react to triumphs and disappointments is directly related to our resilience – the ability to explain and recover readily from unexpected events such as illness, depression, adversity or the like.

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Posted On October 22, 2015
Seventy years or so after the birth of commercial advertising, most organisations are pretty good at promoting the “change” they want in to see in how customers value their brand and make buying decisions. The business of spruiking new products, services and special offers to customers makes the world go ‘round for advertising agencies, direct mail companies, event management firms, website developers, telemarketers and human billboards, to name just a few.

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Posted On August 4, 2015
Seven out of every 10 change management initiatives fail, a damning statistic that has remained constant for decades despite our growing experience with reorganisations, mergers/acquisitions, technology rollouts, and numerous process and quality-improvement projects.

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Posted On February 21, 2014
Did you look back over 2013 and find you didn’t quite do what you set out to? For me, it was a short online course that I registered for, intent on completing it in record time and mastering its subject-matter. It wasn’t required for work but something that would help my career in the medium to long term. Of course I didn’t even finish the course, let alone master the subject!

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