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Most of us have attended plenty of conferences, and over the years I’ve presented at quite a few. So when I was asked to chair the National Information Security Conference (NISC) in Glasgow, I looked forward to it.[Read more]

We’ve all been in meetings that never seemed to get going, meetings that drivelled into existence, where everyone was instantly bored and passive.[Read more]

I have a collection of glossy, sexy, life-changing Time Management books. All are gathering dust.[Read more]

It’s always great to get resellers, partners or long term clients together to review and discuss issues. And as long as it's in an interesting/comfortable venue providing decent food and drink, and you put on some entertainment and fun, they’re a a captive audience for your latest sales pitch.[Read more]

They just come round too often: quarterly and yearly Kick Off meetings. What to say this time? In 30 years I’ve been to many, many KOs. Here’s a long list of possible topics: keep roughly to this order and you won’t go wrong...[Read more]

Some people shudder when they hear the word strategy. To them it means expensive days away in chain hotels, management consultancy jargon, endless opinionated chatter, well-rehearsed disagreements, and back in the real world nothing changes.[Read more]

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