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Diane Hall

Diane Hall is the editor of, and main contributor to, ITK Magazine. She heads up the rest of the team and makes all the editorial decisions concerning article submissions. She's been an editor for more than two decades and also runs a small, independent book publishing company, The Writing Hall (TWH Publishing) outside of ITK.

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The future of work

11/05/22

There’s a theory that, in the future, our economy will be predominantly based on the currency of time and how we spend it.

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Is having a self sufficient business an attractive thought right now

02/05/22

There’s more than one meaning for self-sufficiency when it comes to business...

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Is hot desking about to escalate

29/04/22

The pandemic has fully disrupted traditional working practices. From flexible hours to remote working, these things were formally tested during lockdowns and found to work well...

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Why has Elon Musk bought Twitter

27/04/22

As someone who was once quite active on Twitter, but who now barely uses the social media platform, I’m curious what Elon Musk sees in what I deem to be a past trend...

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Are the powers-that-be really pushing for remote workforces

25/04/22

Once Covid restrictions were lifted on a more permanent basis halfway through 2021, a range of working models have been adopted by UK companies...

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Poor design or lack of consideration

22/04/22

From design to leadership, men predominantly dictate what the world does. This post centres on toilets, of all things...