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Making business decisions: the hand and the heart


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February 2nd, 2010
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Inside Learning Technologies is an important magazine in the U.K. (Isn’t it odd that while the net spans the globe, learning magazines remain confined to their home countries?)

For the current issue, I wrote an article entitled Making Business Decision: the Hand and the Heart. This is the sequel to last month’s Speaking the Language of Business.

Hats off to Donald Taylor, a big cheese at the Learning Technologies Conference and chair of the Learning & Skills Group

Donald excerpted and edited sections of my book-in-progress, What Would Andrew Do?, to create both articles.

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  • Social Networking Software - February 17, 2010 at 8:29 am -

    Excellent article, and I love the way that Inside Learning Technologies has a eviewer online so that we can all enjoy it. Very well written Jay, looking forward to much more from you in the future!

  • Book Publishers - August 13, 2010 at 5:16 am -

    Excellent article, and I love the way that Inside Learning Technologies has a eviewer online so that we can all enjoy it. Very well written Jay, looking forward to much more from you in the future!

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