Peer feedback to improve your work, by Atlassian

Let peers challenge your ideas and inspire new ones. It’s scary opening your work up to people with diverse skills  and perspectives. Embrace that. Being outside your comfort zone will help you grow and improve your work.Check out the full post: How to get peer feedback that will dramatically improve your work – Atlassian Blog… Continue reading Peer feedback to improve your work, by Atlassian

KPIs and Metrics – they aren’t reality

Originally posted on experientialsimulations:
Key Performance Indicators (KPI), metrics, balanced scorecard and other measurement based approaches to management have a common set of objectives: to give management visibility into what is happening in the organization. Perhaps you have noticed that in some organizations the metric values look good but deep within the organization, it’s actually…

Ten things I learned from the Society for Editors and Proofreaders conference 2017

Originally posted on Laura Ripper | Proofreading and copy-editing:
Earlier in September I drove exactly 150 miles to join approximately 150 other professionals for the Society for Editors and Proofreaders (SfEP) conference near Cambridge. The theme this year was Context is key: why the answer to most questions is ‘It depends’. The sessions and conversations with…

5 criteria for a quality podcast, just like First Things | Practical Productivity

Do you enjoy a rotating playlist of podcasts and audio books?  For many people, audio content is an essential learning tool and it fills a niche that other media just can’t. The flexible format, low consumer cost and relatively low barrier to entry has made podcasting a mainstream media format. There are only a few… Continue reading 5 criteria for a quality podcast, just like First Things | Practical Productivity