Monthly Archives: May 2009

Openness, transparency and MP’s expenses

  The recent MPs expenses saga has shown an interesting case study in common sense vs business processes. When judged by whether or not their expense claims were against the rules or not, hardly any MPs have been found to … Continue reading

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Headshift hosting Breakfast event in New York

Headshift is hosting our first breakfast seminar in New York on June 16th. This will be different from most “social software” events for two reasons: 1) We’ll be focusing on using social software inside the firewall for private, secure collaboration, … Continue reading

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Best. Holiday. Ever.

So I’ve just come back from nearly a month away from a stag do / wedding / honeymoon trip. Chris Tyler was the best man and did a spectacular job organising a three day stag do in Rome. In all … Continue reading

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