Have you ever develop a product just to find out that no one wants it? Have you read all these wonderful concepts about how to develop a product, just to find out that none of these is applicable to your case? If yes, you are one of the million people wanted to start a business based on a brilliant idea and, … failed!
Today’s featured article is written by Rayanne Dany. Rayanne works as HR Manager for TAH. She is fond of technology and finds it as an efficient way to blend with her job. In addition, she likes spending time in blogging and social media. You can interact with her on Google Plus
Managing an employee’s productivity can indeed be a tricky task at hand. Many managers and supervisors use different tools and techniques to increase the performance of their workers. Sometimes it works and sometimes it does not.
Today’s article is written by Jessica Freeman
. Jessica is a professional journalist and a freelance content writer from Sydney, Australia. She focuses her content writing on education, business, and leadership topics. You can follow her on Facebook
The world is evolving at an incredible speed rate. Everything is changing; the market, the technology, the mentalities, and the people. Smart devices have already replaced many human needs and continue to evolve as the time passes.
Do you like to tell stories? Do you like the “show and tell” approach as a way to make a difference in the world? Do you like to help people discover their true potential? Then edupreneurship is your game. Today it is easy to make a success (and develop a business) by capitalizing your knowledge and skills and helping people reach their true potential! Welcome to edupreneurship domain!
There are many discussions lately on how you could develop a product or rather how to develop an info-product. Info-products are these particular intangible products comprise of bits-and-bites as are the e-books, courses, seminars, webinars, applications, etc. The development procedure is not difficult but it needs some caution at first!
Today’s post is written by Andy Bell
. Andy is an everyday learner and editor, working at Internet Learning Center. He is passionate about helping online learning businesses
to achieve their goals. He loves tutoring job & his favorite subjects are math and English, but he has also taken honors classes in science and history. Outside the classroom, he enjoys tennis and is an active member of the Rancho Crandon Park.
Being a part of an e-Learning environment is no easy thing. e-Learning requires a different approach from the usual face-to-face interaction. Communicating with technology usually, encounter a lot of issues and problems. Even skilled communicators tend to overlook what makes e-Learning unique that it requires a different set of skills to successfully master it.