Training & development learning well October blog post round up

If you didn’t catch all the posts this month simply peruse & click what’s below. Here’s the Rock.Paper.Scissors’ monthly training & development round up for the month of October. Learn well in the training & development learning well. Dive deep into the learning well or take a small sip. Shower yourself in training & development […]


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3 lessons from a cheeky email – here’s the initial bumpf

When I asked about information on the urban resilience index, I got this back from a UN colleague: ‘Here’s the initial bumpf.’ ‘Huh? What’s a bumpf,’ I thought. Here’s what he said when I asked… Bumpf (bumf, or bumph): It’s an expressive and pithy word for all the dross that comes in the mail. It’s […]


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Getting Organized in the Google Era – or how to ski to Thailand

 My last post described 4 main takeaways from Douglas Merrill’s ‘Organizing in the Age of Google’.  Here are four more, specifically related to his top tip –> Search. If you only keep in your head what you truly need then what do you do with the rest? “Don’t file information search for it,” are […]


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The psychology of email vrs twitter (or pigeons vrs eagles)

We’re really just trussed up pigeons you and I.  Yep, add a few feathers to our daily costumes and you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between you and my fine feathered friends. Pigeons you see (pun intended) have terrible eyesight. Pigeons bob their heads to and fro, to create movement so they can […]


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