Once you have finished that holiday novel, what to read next? Here is my list of recommended summer holiday reads. These books will help you discover: how technology is changing the work of human experts; that the future of the courts is AI-powered decision making; how we can track the evolution of language through what … Continue reading My recommended holiday reads
This month my blog posts are around trending tech issues. We hear a lot in the news about technology and a few trends were mentioned briefly at the NZPI conference. It got me thinking about how we connect these big tech news stories with what is happening in our lives and professional practice. This post: … Continue reading The power of big tech companies
Hunting around in Word for the right menu or tool to format your text is so frustrating. It really interrupts your workflow. Did you know there is a much simpler way to get things done in Word and other Office programs? Forget about: knowing what the 'button' looks like remembering which tab/toolbar it's on and … Continue reading Tell it, don’t look around yourself
Clint Eastwood, gunfights, vast wilderness, lone rangers, inhospitable landscapes. We all remember the Wild West as presented to us by Hollywood, back when the Western was the most popular genre of film and television. Yet, the Wild West can also help us understand getting to grips with the digital age. Through TV Westerns, and perhaps … Continue reading Are we in the new Wild West?
It’s easy to feel frustrated or overwhelmed when working in the digital age. Yet it is important to realise that we all struggle. The digital age is about a fundamental renegotiation between what we do best as humans and what our technologies do best for us. We shouldn’t take our difficulty in getting to grips … Continue reading 10 Challenges for RMA Professionals in the Digital Age