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The naive academization of skill based professions – “Driver risk index” as an example

I recently took a test, labelled “Driver Risk Index“, developed by University of Cranfield,  as part of my summer sabbatical job as a tourist coach driver in Stockholm.   The purpose of the test is to establish,   by answering … Continue reading

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Real Pro’s vs mere professionals

I’m constantly amazed by how many people sweating away their days in the businesses I’m involved with,  often refer to themselves as professionals, but equally often fail to act as such. Instead, many of these people often display a high degree … Continue reading

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