Has the mainstream and social media response to these Brussels terror attacks been any different to the response to the Paris terror attacks?
Given my experiences, it has been no surprise to read the recent report ‘Questionable care: avoiding ineffective treatment’ and an extract from the new book ‘Surgery, The Ultimate Placebo’.
The Hawkesbury-Nepean River Recovery Program offers insights into how agile approaches can be used in program management (which is a different discipline to project management).
National cultural dimensions theories and factors are very useful in assisting effective cross-cultural communication and related understanding, but beware the ecological fallacy.
A paper published in a respected journal illustrates the hyping of language used in science and the low quality of science reporting in the mainstream media.
Decision-making for the Shoalhaven River had missed vital information, highlighting the danger of information silos in organisations.
To achieve the successful implementation of the Sustainable Management of the Helidon Hills Project, I needed to quickly overcome stakeholder resistance and denial. How was this done?
If the momentum of the Paris Agreement is to be maintained, then climate science denial needs to be overcome. How can knowledge management help?