21 Sep What makes the ideal training space?

The space we're in, how we feel about that space and how we feel in that space is crucial when we're learning. So what makes the ideal training space? And when I say ideal, I mean a space that enables people to learn because it answers...

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31 Aug One-hit wonder or sustained success?

Wherever You Will Go (The Calling 2001), Who Let the Dogs Out (Baha Men 2000), Mambo No. 5 (Lou Bega 1999), Kung Fu Fighting (Carl Douglas 1974). An eclectic mix by anyone’s standards, but what all these songs have in common is they were one-hit wonders...

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28 Jul Don’t leave user adoption to chance

Schools may have broken up for the holidays, but for many, the task of upgrading equipment has just begun. The long summer holiday provides the ideal time for schools to install snazzy new equipment ready for the new term. No classrooms out of use. No lessons...

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14 Jul The secret to inspiring meeting spaces

360 writable walls, circular meeting pods, train carriages, a state-of-the-art tech hub. These are some of the creative ideas deployed by London-based workplace designers and fitters Morgan Lovell, who have created workspaces for the likes of eBay, Superdrug, Lindt, Autodesk, TalkTalk and Xchanging. This is not being...

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07 Jul Meet Sidney our ‘director of morale’

Meet Sidney, an eight-month-old Labradoodle, now established as Instrui’s office dog and ‘director of morale’. “I started bringing Sidney to the office when he was a tiny puppy because I didn’t want to leave on his own at home,” says Instrui boss Pip Thomas. “I noticed feeling...

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