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Posted On August 16, 2016
The number of free online resources devoted to workplace learning and productivity is astounding and continues to grow. Leaders and professionals from all over the world have embraced the opportunity to openly and generously share their thoughts and experiences, and to stimulate the conversation for the greater good.

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Posted On June 14, 2016
I am a Microsoft Office trainer and facilitate a variety of courses in Office 2016. There are a number of new features that are easy, save you time, and assist you in presenting information more effectively and professionally. Listed below are just a few of these new features and benefits to help you improve your productivity.

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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 21, 2015
Have you ever needed to create a flowchart or an organisation chart? How about a process map, or even a floor plan? Perhaps you’re using SmartArt and other tools available in PowerPoint or Word to do this. SmartArt and Shapes are certainly very useful tools for simple diagrams, but when you need to build something more complex you may find yourself running into limitations.

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Posted On November 23, 2015
Have you ever felt frustrated with Microsoft Project? Are you able to get the tool to do what you want? In my experience as a trainer, I’ve found very few people can answer ‘yes’ to this question. But with the proper training, knowledge and understanding of a few rules and options that control the tool’s behaviour, your frustrations can be reduced.

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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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Posted On May 12, 2015
Whilst I’ve been well and truly drawn into the fascinating world of digital marketing, I did spend a few years as a project manager during my career. Back in the heady days of the dot-com bubble, I cut my project teeth in a variety of digital production roles in Internet and multimedia companies.

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