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Do you help your employees not to create social media debacles?

Maybe you don’t think you need social media marketing.
Maybe you don’t think you need a social intranet.
Maybe you don’t think you need social analytics. 439 more words


Do we really want social mobility after all?

This past week, a couple of different things have proverbially rocked my world.

This first is Run The Jewels 2, the latest album from El-P and Killer Mike. 622 more words


SpaceTech Is Venture Capital's Final Frontier

Throughout history, the exploration of new frontiers has yielded economic bounties in the forms of resources, living space, military advantage, and scientific research.

Today, our new frontiers lie in space, which humanity must eventually colonize for minerals, energy and new homelands. 517 more words


36 Million Americans Lack Basic Work skills

A report conducted by the OECD and commissioned by the U.S. Department of Education entitled Time for the U.S. to Reskill? has found that a staggering 36 million adults in the U.S. 43 more words

Basic Skills

Top-down and bottom-up policy

In policy decision making there are two approaches related to the source from where the decision is coming.

One is the top-down approach, which is the process of the government deciding about the country or regional policy, including all aspects of social, economics, military and foreign regulations. 811 more words


Better care homes for living with dementia?

Health care systems are complex adaptive systems that are resistant to change. Around 423 000 care home places are provided by the private and voluntary sector in England and Wales. 2,003 more words


Reflections on a fisheries conference

Hola! I’ve just got back from a great week in Barcelona where I attended the GAP2 symposium ‘Participatory Research and Co-management in Fisheries’. Tired but inspired are the two words I’d probably use to describe my week – I had such an amazing time that I didn’t want to come home! 938 more words