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Category Archives: Ireland Education

Negotiating a Chest Agreement can be like a board game

The path to a new Chest Agreement is rarely straightforward. We take all your suggestions seriously but there are often bumps along the way; from identifying the right resources, engaging with the vendor, to contract and finally a Chest Agreement. The process is akin to a game of snakes and ladders. Sometimes the bumps (snakes) […]

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What’s in your kitchen? (aka Managing your Assets)

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When I was at university, I shared a house with 9 other people.  There was a communal living room and kitchen, 2 bathrooms and 10 bedrooms.  We had a very logical rota to manage such things as buying of milk, sugar, coffee, tea, etc but it never really worked and each bedroom tended to be […]

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The Esri UK Conference grows from strength to strength

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Attracting teachers and students of GIS from across the UK the Esri 2016 Conference offers the chance for them to learn about projects and best practices in universities and colleges. But perhaps more importantly the opportunity to see how GIS skills are applied in some amazing government and commercial projects. With more than 3,500 delegates […]

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So what makes a better deal for everyone?

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A good deal is struck when both parties feel that a fair and reasonable price is paid for their product or for their use of a resource.  A great deal is achieved where the lowest price possible is paid by each individual and the supplier feels they have attained a fair and equitable return. Increasingly, […]

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