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Has the UK has become the world’s hottest tech hub in 2019? - Blog | Dealroom
In partnership with Tech Nation, we’ve just launched a new report on the UK tech ecosystem. Since this morning, the report has already been covered by the BBC, CNBC, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Times and the Daily Mail. This report is the latest in the series of reports with Tech Nation.
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7 weeks ago by herewardshaw
Teju Cole, "Ethics", Lecture 3 of 3, 04.22.19 - YouTube
"The 2019 Berlin Family Lectures with Teju Cole
"Coming to Our Senses"
Lecture three: "Ethics"
April 22, 2019

How do our senses foster our moral understanding and ethical obligations to others? In the third and final lecture of the 2019 Randy L. and Melvin R. Berlin Family Lecture Series, acclaimed author, critic, and photographer Teju Cole thinks through how our senses can help us understand the plight of travelers and migrants. Cole implores us to recognize the mutual and unshirkable responsibilities that bind all human beings.

This is the second lecture in a three-lecture series presented in the spring of 2019 at the University of Chicago.

Named for Randy L. and Melvin R. Berlin, the Berlin Family Lectures bring leading scholars, writers, and creative artists from around the world to the University of Chicago. Each visitor offers an extended series of lectures with the aim of interacting with the university community and developing a book for publication with the University of Chicago Press. Learn more at

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june 2019 by robertogreco
Why Your PR Strategy Requires An Agile Approach
We live in uncertain times. Economic weakness and monetary crises affect many of the world’s leading economies. Competition strikes from all parts of the world, often offering better prices that are hard to beat.
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june 2019 by herewardshaw
Agile is a Mindset – Karishma Donde – Medium
Addressing the fear of being boxed into a singular career and exploring various opportunities to find your dream job using the agile methodology
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june 2019 by herewardshaw
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I’ve spent a good amount of time learning why Agile-inspired patterns “work” — mostly the “hard way” (doing), but also through individual study, group study, conference going, participating in the community, and learning what most decidedly does not work.
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may 2019 by herewardshaw
Organizational Design: It's All About the Customer Experience (CX)
We all know how we feel when we hear buzzwords like “organizational design” right? Tired. Worn out. Exhausted.
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may 2019 by herewardshaw
Don Norman on how design fails older consumers
More people than ever are living long, healthy lives. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the average life expectancy is 78.6 years for men and 81.1 for women. More relevant, however, is that as people grow older, their total life expectancy increases.
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may 2019 by herewardshaw
9 Reasons Why We Start Projects with Design Sprints
It’s shocking to realize that I’ve been involved with Product and UX Design for the better part of 15 years. It started with one of the leading tech sites in Israel — where I had been a senior editor…
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may 2019 by herewardshaw
Unhackable: New chip stops attacks before they start | University of Michigan News
ANN ARBOR—A new computer processor architecture developed at the University of Michigan could usher in a future where computers proactively defend against threats, rendering the current electronic security model of bugs and patches obsolete.
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may 2019 by herewardshaw
The a16z Pitch Room: Sandbox VR - YouTube
Have you ever wished you could be in the room when founders present to the a16z investing team? Even better, do you wish you could stay to hear the discussion after the pitch?We hear you and are thrilled to launch our latest series of videos called "The a16z Pitch Room". This inaugural episode featu
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may 2019 by herewardshaw
SAGE Journals: Your gateway to world-class journal research
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may 2019 by herewardshaw
Does customer experience need its own department? – Econsultancy
In an ideal world, everybody should champion the customer and their experience; certainly everyone within marketing, ecommerce/digital, sales, product development, service design and leadership.
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may 2019 by herewardshaw
How Microsoft learned from the past to redesign its future - The Verge
One room at Microsoft’s headquarters represents everything that’s changed about its design philosophy. Inside, there are four rows of tables. In the first row is everything the company makes that’s already in stores.
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may 2019 by herewardshaw
How the Mad Men lost the plot | Financial Times
Even admen have souls, and some of them are enduring dark nights. Jeff Goodby is co-chairman of Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, a San Francisco advertising agency responsible for some of the most famous campaigns of the 1990s, including ones for Nike and Budweiser.
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april 2019 by herewardshaw
Here's How Google Knows in Less Than 5 Minutes if Someone Is a Great Leader |
After years of study, Google uses a few simple questions to identify the company's best leaders.
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april 2019 by herewardshaw
46 Things I've Learned About Work.
I started a new job last week. It’s a big gig and took some time to land, but I think I'll always feel like the imposter who will be discovered at any moment! It doesn’t feel like that long ago that I owned a design agency in Manchester which went bankrupt after growing too fast.
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april 2019 by herewardshaw

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