quick index

We have some very exciting plans for Businessballs. Very soon we will be launching a new visual identity, refreshing the design of the site and adding lots of new functionality to enhance your learning experience and the website's usefulness. Phase 2 will include badges, learning plans linked to accredited competency frameworks, wikis (for collaborative content development) and new content from international thought leaders and academics. The site will continue to follow our ethos of free work and life learning, and the redevelopment and ongoing management will be delivered by our partner Accipio. If you are interested in contributing content or your view on where we should take Businessballs next, please email ask@businessballs.com.

site map

subjects in categories

Here are main lists of learning materials in categories.

Use the search tool to look for what you need if you can't see it in the lists below.

There is a lot more on this website than can be featured in the listings below.

Generally each subject is listed in just one category.

However most subjects are relevant to several categories.

For example most subjects relate to personal development, but are listed in a more obvious different category.

So look in all the categories.

The alphabetical site index is another way to look for what you want.

how businessballs is organized..

Below are the main categories of information on this website, many of which equate to webpages.

Businessballs has many very big webpages containing lots of sub-sections, rather like Wikipedia.

Many of these sub-sections are subjects in their own right.

There are lots of internal site links from one subject to other releated subjects, so often the best way to learn about a subject is simply to start with a main section and follow the links to other content/subjects that you discover along the way.

Alternatively use the site search boxes - at the top and foot of most pages.

When you visit a page containing the information or particular term you are seeking, use the Ctrl+F keys to find where it is on the page.




human resources





amusement/stress relief


self/personal development


Alan Chapman/Businessballs

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