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The ‘John Johnson Collection: An Archive of Printed Ephemera’ just celebrated the completion of its digitisation project. I wouldn’t have noticed, except that it's only available free of charge to UK universities, further education institutions, schools and public libraries. Now that’s open access!
‘Can human capital depreciate?’ a student on the Harvard Business Review asked last week. Not can human capital go up or down. It can, and does. With an aging workforce, at what point (age) is our ability to enhance knowledge and skills subject to the Law of Diminishing Return?
PwC released a 10min brief on ‘what companies can do to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of their HR organizations for better workforce ROI’. I’d review, but Acrobat didn’t like it. I tried, for 10mins. Then had an idea: if you only had 10 mins to change your HR department, what would you do?
The format of Radio 4's Desert Island Discs is simple: a guest (usually a politician or celeb) is invited (currently by Kirsty Young) to choose the eight records they would take with them to a desert island (plus a book, and one luxury). It’s the longest running music programme in radio history. Why?
It's amazing the nuggets of gold that come out when people talk about their personal views and passions. You now have a document viewer as the central lens on all your library documents and you already have a fledgling business network to connect with your peers worldwide. Next up?