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Public Address 18/04/08 - Conditioning & Learning

Public Address 18/04/08 - Conditioning for Conditioning and Learning the Learnings

Some things I've been meaning to link to | Apr 18, 2008 09:56
Russell Brown's Hard News
Amid the recent flurry of commentary about China, I particularly enjoyed a couple of vivid and thoughtful posts by Simon Grigg about a week in China, the first "from the 19th floor of a riverside hotel in Guangzhou," and the second, still sorting through his thoughts...
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Conditioning for Conditioning and Learning the Learnings | Apr 18, 2008 09:54
GUEST: Grant Robertson reads the entrails
There are a few things put to the sword in the NZRU report on the Rugby World Cup Campaign- the conditioning programme, our cluttered playing schedule and good use of the English language. Is there really such a word as 'learnings', let alone 'material learnings'? Amidst the management...
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