The Pareto Principle: In a Nutshell

The Pareto Principle: In a Nutshell

The Pareto Principle, also known as the 80/20 rule suggests that 20% of your activities will account for 80% of your results. What is the Pareto Principle? The Pareto Principle was named after its founder, the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, back in 1895. He...
Single Tasking: In a Nutshell

Single Tasking: In a Nutshell

In this edition of our ‘In a Nutshell’ series, we delve into the concept of single tasking. Single tasking is the opposite of multitasking. Rather than trying to do multiple things at once it is the idea of breaking everything down into single tasks and then...
Python: In a Nutshell

Python: In a Nutshell

In our latest edition of our ‘In a Nutshell’ series, we’re going to be taking a look at the coding language, Python. Coding is fast becoming one of the most sought after skills for employers, as it is essentially the language of the modern world....
Machine Learning: In a Nutshell

Machine Learning: In a Nutshell

In this edition of our ‘In a Nutshell’ series, we delve in to the concept of machine learning. Machine learning is a term that has been bounded about more regularly in recent years, in part due to technological advances in our day-to-day lives, such as...
Oblique Strategies: In a Nutshell

Oblique Strategies: In a Nutshell

In the 1970’s, Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt devised a method for discovering new creative possibilities, which are now known as ‘Oblique Strategies’. The Oblique Strategies pack contains a set of 100 cards, each with their own concise prompt, designed...