There has been much focus on GDPR lately and how that will affect the way we work. Our upbeat team also started thinking about how personal data and customer data
My Observation of the NDIS Scheme As an observer, one of the most disruptive changes to the different industries I’ve worked with since 2000 is happening in the Disability Services
Ben is a self-confessed marketing geek. He’s fascinated by consumer psychology, and is always on the lookout for new ways to attract members to his local club where he works
Charities and professional associations rely on information systems to keep running. However there are actually several problems associated with running multiple, disparate IT systems.
We do a lot of work across the not for profit sector and there is a common pain, a theme to the observations and I think an untapped opportunity to deliver a transformational organisational win.
Based on my discussions with administrators and managers within higher education, it is patently clear that student engagement, and retention, is of increasing importance to these educational institutions.
I read with interest a piece on the Jisc website called ‘Retaining students’. This piece reported that “according to a National Audit Office report, 20% of students in higher and 15% in further education do not complete their studies.”
I remember a friend at university. Sam* was a clever chap, studying astrophysics, and seemed to have some really interesting ideas about the nature of the Hubble Constant, the rate of expansion in the universe. Well beyond me, but impressive to his lecturers by all accounts.