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Bloor has a library of over 1,000 published research papers that provide incisive but cost effective decision support information. Our research publications can help your organisation by giving you:

  • Greater insight into the business issues technology is addressing
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Here are our latest papers:

Cover for This is personal

This is personal
Published: 1st March 1999 | By: David Taylor
Deborah Graham, 33, a Computer systems manager from Dudley, committed suicide after struggling in private to cope with her job. What a tragedy for someone so young to be consumed by such stress, pressures and worries. These are not unique…

Cover for Strategic Communication?

Strategic Communication?
Published: 1st March 1999 | By: David Taylor
Information overload. Everyone suffers from it, it causes great stress, and it is a self-fulfilling prophecy. The more information there is out there, the more we strive to know. We receive a twenty-page report and we want more detail next…

Cover for Our biggest financial – and human – cost

Our biggest financial – and human – cost
Published: 1st March 1999 | By: David Taylor
A recent Computer Weekly/Banner study showed that over 30% of IT directors feel  that stress affects their ability to cope with their job. After covering this in my CW column, I was inundated with e-mails and letters from people suggesting…

Cover for Designers of destiny

Designers of destiny
Published: 1st March 1999 | By: David Taylor
Within the world of IT, the negs are having a field day. We all know who the negs they are the people who love to find something, anything, wrong with an idea. They will always point out (with great glee)…

Cover for Take some time for yourself – you deserve it

Take some time for yourself – you deserve it
Published: 1st March 1999 | By: David Taylor
As we rush around from one task to the next, juggling problems as we go, and all the time trying to balance our lives between work, family and life, it is easy to forget. Or, to be more accurate, difficult…

Cover for The Anthropology of Information Technology in the 21st Century

The Anthropology of Information Technology in the 21st Century
Published: 1st March 1999 | By: Bloor Research
As we become increasingly aware of the human side of progress, we in the western world are turning to non-technical disciplines to help answer some of our more difficult questions. We are surrounded by ‘gurus’ who jostle with each other…

Cover for The key to leading business achievement

The key to leading business achievement
Published: 1st March 1999 | By: Bloor Research
The greatest challenge we face as leaders of small and large organisations – is to shift people to a point where they can begin to accept that their belief system  rests at the heart of their experience of the world.…

Cover for Leading a business beyond its expectations

Leading a business beyond its expectations
Published: 1st March 1999 | By: Bloor Research
Leading a business beyond its expectations

Cover for Maintaining the energy to succeed in business!

Maintaining the energy to succeed in business!
Published: 1st March 1999 | By: Bloor Research
Recently as I have journeyed through countless client organisations I have been paying more and more attention to my first impressions of what could be called  the ‘energy’ of the organisation. It is the ‘atmosphere’ that you feel it as…

Cover for People are not for re-engineering

People are not for re-engineering
Published: 1st March 1999 | By: Bloor Research
I am astonished at the astonishment surrounding the general failure of Business Process Reengineering. How could we have ever imagined that we could continue to bend people beyond breaking point to fit systems driven by logic, detail and process? No…

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