With the numerous retirements and the hiring of newer employees, the workforce is going to look very different in the next five years. It is important that organizations have a simple ways to start retaining valuable knowledge.
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As Valentine’s Day approaches, love is in the air, and we at OmniStudio want to express our love for beautiful web design. Open source tools like WordPress, combined with easy sharing plugins for social media posting, make it possible to build a website that you and your visitors will love. Here are some of our… Read more »
We’re finalist for the Management 2.0 Challenge with Open Government Places. Vote for us on the Harvard site. Voting is easy! Go to the site, just scroll down towards the bottom of the page, click Rate This, you can join The Mix by using your Facebook account, and rate our project. About OPG Open Government… Read more »
Mark Kobayashi Hillary reflects on the outcome of the UK Government Comprehensive Spending Review – Does a dip in IT Outsourcing look likely as the UK Government looks set to shift from pure IT deals to include services and business process? By: Mark Kobayashi-Hillary, IT Editor, Shared Services & Outsourcing Network (SSON) The UK government… Read more »
Building on GovLoop’s recent post: What is your favorite Gadget? My question to you is what Gov’t Widgets do you use? Here is a new one from the IRS, very nicely done: http://widgets.clearspring.com/cscallback/urlexchange/4b4e4ccdc98d3da5/facebook.html?x=of.YaJhvmGnPbs8zlG6fbs0_gT7OPcluymzNPpxsnDjIPpwnmGiaOs05yTPPPJ07lWvKaQ
Not many notice how information rolls down hill. We tell friends and family about nifty new ideas or gadgets we hear on the news or internet. The information rarly goes up hill? What is the ratio of news or ideas you tell to friends v.s. your boss or supervisor? Would you walk into another department… Read more »