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UST Promotional Videos
Need ideas for promotional videos for your organization? UST has great ones that advertise our unique mission, traditions, and teachers.
Films on Demand
Mr. Brind: Managing Stress in the Workplace by
Roger Brind has been the head teacher of the Trelai Primary School for over eighteen years.In this program, the dedicated teacher and administrator finds help in managing his stress levels from Dr. Anton Obholzer, a Tavistock expert in organizational analysis. The filmed sessions show how Roger eventually accepts what had been previously unthinkable—that the Trelai School could go on without him and that for Roger there was a life after his work. Original BBC broadcast title: Mr. Brind.
Films on Demand has streaming films on various aspects of organizations, work, and organization change.
Arsenic and Old Lace by
Sometimes transforming a failing enterprise takes the surgeon’s knife. Renowned business consultant Gerry Robinson prefers the axe. This is a behind-the-scenes case study,on The Vernon Road Bleaching and Dyeing Company, bought in bankruptcy by the father/son team of Henry and Richard Chaplin. Original BBCW broadcast(40 minutes)
9 to 5 No Longer by
A demographic change is affecting all Americans wherever they work and live: the rise of the flexible workforce. The global economy, increasing numbers of two-income families, and the need for businesses to retain talent both in the executive suite and among low-paid workers are all having an impact on the way people work. This documentary, hosted by Bonnie Erbe, explores innovations in workplace flexibility.
Free Online Courses
Many colleges and universities are making courses, lectures, and colloquia free online. Enjoy!
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A social network for academics that includes lectures and courses from several different universities. Conceived of at Harvard University as a way for academics to interact with other academics interested in similar topics and methodologies.
Open Culture Online
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