John Gourd, CEO, Cambridge NetworkBecoming a trustee is a two-way street: you get to share your experience and expertise while developing yourself, your own network and your career.
By Katherine Wiid of Career Ambitions Who could have predicted the course of events that we’ve seen over the past 12 months? Some might say Bill Gates, or even The Simpsons! A global pandemic was certainly not factored into my plans. Was it factored into yours? Or has the pandemic prompted an unexpected level of change for your organisation?
By Chris DunnIf you’re in business, you’re also in the business of writing.
By Lesley Fettes of Network DesignYou don’t have to blog but you may find that it is a valuable tool to get your audience engaged in your brand, keep your company at the forefront of their minds and provide something useful to them.
By Carlos Eriksson, Accessibility Lead Developer at Studio 24In which we learn that autism isn’t what we think it is and how to design with people on the autistic spectrum.
John Gourd, CEO, Cambridge NetworkReflections on a tumultuous year
By eg technology's Head of Software, Stephen StarkieIn this, the second of a two-part series, Stephen addresses some of the things you should think about for Digital Health products on your route to market...
By eg technology's Head of Software, Stephen StarkieHere we talk in depth about the company's journey to using Arm Mbed OS and the Pelion client in medical devices. There is a lot of technical detail here, which will help people at the sharp end and will give you a flavour of what to expect, but if you are interested in our overall opinion, feel free to skip to the conclusion!
By Cambridge NetworkAt a time when there continues to be so many drains on our energy, deliberately drawing on our strengths can be a powerful way to re-energise us, re-build confidence and boost our resilience. This is true both personally and professionally.
By eg technology's Group Lead of Software, Stephen StarkieStephen delves in to some of the confusion around Digital Health to describe what it is and how to approach it...
By Kelly Drewery, Business Psychologist at Talent Glue and Katherine Wiid, Recruitment and Retention Coach at RecrionWhat on earth happened to us in 2020 and where does it leave us now?
By Nicholas Hill, CEO at Plextek Ltd My favourite time for thinking and writing is a long train journey. This is partly due to the absence of interruption, both electronic and human, but just as much due to the rather hypnotic experience of just gazing out of the window, watching the scenery unfold.
By Claire Vane of Integrated ResourcesMost people are telling me that they are suffering from nightmares. They’re feeling anxious and these feelings of anxiety are interspersed with frustration at not being able to plan, combined with a sort of bored monotony of every week being the same, even though the law surrounding our isolation is changing constantly.
By Cambridge NetworkMoving into project management can involve a number of different skills. Here are ten top tips to make you more productive and efficient.
By Cambridge NetworkThe common saying 'No news is good news' means what you don't know won't hurt you. But for companies, no news is bad news ...
By software training expert Karen RoemTeaming up with Cambridge Network to deliver a short webinar during the pandemic has had some unexpected benefits...
By Cambridge NetworkIf you're new to the process of interviewing and selection, or you are already involved and want to refresh your skills, it's worth bearing in mind these five key principles. They will help you master the art of effective interviewing and enable to you identify the best possible candidate for your organisation.
By ThoughtRiverDiscover the formula for measuring deal velocity, learn how it can be improved, and how to ensure sales, procurement and legal are always aligned.
John Gourd, CEO, Cambridge NetworkIt’s no surprise that Cambridge Network and its members have risen to the challenges the pandemic has placed upon us.
By Sam Eaton of MindAbilityThe pandemic has forced us all to adapt to digital commmunication, opening up new mechanisms for connecting with other people. But how can you optimise this kind of networking for your business?
By Cambridge NetworkAre you new to a management role, or aspiring to move up to one so you can take on greater responsibilities? If so, you will benefit from these top tips.
John Gourd, CEO, Cambridge NetworkHow the Cambridge Network team was forced to take a break from work...
By Ting Zhang, Founder & CEO of Crayfish.ioReflections on four years of business development in challenging times...
By Jamie Stenton, Business Development Manager at Lilac James Co.A three-month project results in a 220% increase in search engine visibility.
By Paul Jansen of runandjump ltdA blog about adopting solutions from elsewhere...