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Posted On April 3, 2018
Micro-learning principles are based on how we learn: 2-3 minute bites of information in modular sections and formats. It’s all about mobile and portable learning that we can do on the go. And what’s more, it’s far easier to digest and recall! Question for you: If you gave each of your team a $200 to […]

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Posted On June 29, 2016
When I first discovered Structured Writing’s consistency principle, I was surprised. That’s because I prided myself on my writing and editing skills, and often found myself recommending to others that they revise their writing by changing words that they’d used repetitively to other words.

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Posted On April 27, 2016
There must be a very good reason why more than 70 percent of Fortune 500 companies use SharePoint products and technologies for collaboration, search, business intelligence, social computing and record management. Let me shed some light on it.

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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 December 16, 2015
Business documentation is a treasure trove of valuable information. From product information to crisis and contingency procedures, your organisation has a substantial amount of existing wisdom captured in documents, handbooks, user manuals, and knowledge repositories.

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Posted On October 19, 2015
“It’s not all about you!” is a phrase I’ve been known to shriek in annoyance at my teenage sons – but it’s also something I say, frequently, to participants on our TP3 workshops.

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