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Entries in Research (30)

Thursday
Jul082010

Home Phones Still Essential for Low Income Earners

Almost seventy five percent of people on a low income still consider their home telephone their most important service with many relying on it for job hunting and social support, according to a survey by Telstra.

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Tuesday
Jun292010

Why Creativity Matters in Today’s Leaders

The article by Frank Kern What Chief Executives Really Want covers a survey from IBM’s Institute for Business Value, which shows that CEOs value one leadership competency above all others: creativity.

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Thursday
May272010

Research Case Study: IT Sustainability and Energy Efficiency in Australia in 2010

View the results of the latest survey on Green IT in Australia conducted by Envirability & Connection Research which provides a way forward for benchmarking ICT

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Tuesday
May252010

Total Executive Community Survey#1 Results

The results of the Total Executive Community Survey conducted with our first monthly newsletter are in. There were a total of 378 respondents. Question #1: What should Total Executive provide more information on? Top 10 Responses - * 96% Leadership * 88% Innovation & Creativity * 86% Technology & Communication * 86% Responsibility - Including CSR * 81% Executive Education * 76% Sustainability * 75% Social Media * 72% HR * 57% Health * 48% Lifestyle Question #2: Please let us know what functionality you would like from Total Exec?

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Thursday
Apr222010

Real Time Decision Making: The Effect of Collaboration on Performance

It is no longer a surprise that as a result of globalisation, specialisation and new technologies, 80 percent of jobs now involve people participating in human interactions rather than extracting raw materials or making finished goods. Jobs involving the most complex type of collaborative knowledge interaction make up the fastest growing segment. The reasons are clear. Leading organisations recognise that by improving collaborative knowledge building they can improve real time decision making and competitive advantage.

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