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Brand Language: Tone of Voice the Wordtree Way by Liz Doig
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I recently attended a Tone of Voice course run by the author and was given this book as part of the course material. It is one of the few text books I have read from cover to cover - and genuinely enjoyed doing so. The style is perfectly judged and explains all of the key points in an informed, entertaining and concise way.

I'm not a professional writer, but I run a small management consultancy business and I'd highly recommend this book to anybody in a similar situation, who wants to express their company's personality, but without the expense of hiring in brand consultants. Before I read this book, I didn't understand concepts such as brand personality and tone of voice, but… Read more
Samsung i9300 Galaxy S3 Sync & Charge Dual Dock Ch&hellip by Modern-Tech
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I ordered this on the Monday at 5pm and it had arrived by Thursday morning at 10 - so not bad at all....The docking station looks pretty stylish and works well. You can either plug it into a PC/laptop USB port to charge and dock your phone - or you can plug the USB lead into a standard USB wall charger (such as the one that came with my S3) and it also works fine.

I will probably buy a second one, so that I can charge my phone up-stairs as well as down - and eventually, I guess I'll get rid of my home landline.

Great product, very good service. Will use this supplier again.
Managing successful programmes (Office of Governme&hellip by Rod Sowden
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I'm working through this book as part of my preparations for the MSP exams. I read the "For Successful Programme Management: Think MSP" introductory book first, and that really helped.

There's quite a change in thinking required between PRINCE2 and MSP and by taking time to read the "Think MSP" book, it enabled me to get over that particular hurdle. Then I set about the MSP manual to really get at the detail.

This manual is so much better written than the P2 equivalent. Even though the concepts are arguably more abstract at Programme Management level, this book makes things much clearer. It's less woolly, the language is easier to digest, there are Tips and Examples… Read more