“Who moved my cheese?” – Review by Virtual Business book Club

This book should be nominated for the shortest book club pick ever – only 90 pages, and a rating of a whooping 8 out of 10 from the group! We all agreed that the amount of useful information per square centimetre of this book is astonishing, you almost have to stop and think after each … Continue reading ““Who moved my cheese?” – Review by Virtual Business book Club”

‘Leaders in Lockdown’ – Review by Drogheda Business book Club

On 14th January, Drogheda Business Book Club met up online to discuss December’s book pick “Leaders in Lockdown”. Most members seemed to like the book with the average score of 7/10. Attendees commented on the great variety of topics covered, from leadership to PR, from medicine and robotics to travel and education, and complimented author … Continue reading “‘Leaders in Lockdown’ – Review by Drogheda Business book Club”

Drogheda Business Book Club

Established in November 2018, the focus of our book club is on reading and discussing a combination of the latest business books alongside acknowledged classics on Strategy, Innovation, Business biographies, and a plethora of other relevant business headings. Also a fun way to network and discuss how and why the books impact on your business … Continue reading “Drogheda Business Book Club”

‘Making Stuff up for a LIving’ – Oisín McGann , Refresh Boyne Talk

‘Making Stuff Up for a Living’ – Oisin Mc Gann Born in Dublin, Oisín McGann spent his childhood there and in Drogheda, County Louth where he studied at St.Olivers Community College. Refresh Boyne and The Mill are delighted to have him back in Drogheda for this talk. He studied at Ballyfermot Senior College and Dun … Continue reading “‘Making Stuff up for a LIving’ – Oisín McGann , Refresh Boyne Talk”