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TED Talks for Project Managers

TED Stage
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TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design and is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to the dissemination of ideas.

The importance of TED in the United States is comparable to that of the World Economic Forum in Davos in Europe, one of the most prominent forums for information exchange across sectors and interdisciplinary boundaries. However, TED has evolved from the progressive, liberal, tech-savvy environment of the West Coast, and so TED is much more about inspiration, positive thinking, "looking forward", and networking with other "changemakers" than Davos is.

True to the motto

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Ideas worth spreading


an exclusive group of professionals from a wide range of fields share their ideas in the form of short (maximum 18 minutes), powerful talks at the annual innovation conference. The best of these are later published on the TED Talks website as free videos.

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Posted by Stefanie Blome on May 20th, 2022 under Project Management
Tags: ted-talks tedx

Apple Features: Visual lookup

Visual Lookup

In this blog post, from the series of practical new features from Apple you can use at work and in everyday life, we talk about the new "Visual Lookup" feature. This feature is built into the Photos.app and automatically detects animals, plants, landmarks and more in your photos.

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iPad presentation mode

AirPlay

The iPad is becoming especially in business more and more popular. Many professional and useful apps are available for the iPad. In this blog you will learn how to use the iPad on an external mode to present the content.

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Accelerate@HHL 2022: Leaving My Comfort Zone

On April 28 and 29, 2022, Accelerate was held as a hybrid event

Those who know me know that I have been doing ProjectWizards for 20 years and Merlin Project for almost 18 years. So everyone can easily imagine that I know a lot of people in the business. No matter if I show up at an Apple event, or a project management event, I already meet the first known people right at the entrance. That's nice, it gives me a good feeling and it's fun. That's how I know that the years of work have paid off and that the network I've built up is working. Because people help each other, they exchange ideas. And even if you don't do business directly with each other, sooner or later it pays off for both of us in some form or another.

But I also have to admit that after 20 years you become more idle. You only choose events where you know that there will be something going on - whatever. And this comfort zone became bigger and bigger for me. Of course, no trips took place during Covid-19, and the urge to attend online community meetings became more and more suppressed. I noticed myself getting more and more cushy. And then the opportunity came: Accelerate@HHL 2022!

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Posted by Frank Blome on May 3rd, 2022 under Internal
Tags: event leipzig hhl

Merlin Project: Differentiate Content #3

Part 3: Styles by Rules

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You plan your projects with Merlin Project and have already followed the 1st part and the 2nd part of this blog series?

In this post, you will use your created tags to highlight the tagged content by styles.

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