I’m interested to know how visitors react to content they see. So I’ve created this page with random content to evaluate your interaction. I will post my findings at a later date. Enjoy and thanks for helping me out. Emergency Alert System (EAS) Microsoft Kellogg School of Management CNN Google
So you need a new game plan for your distribution operation, because you are planning to go global and your current game plan for your distribution operation looks like this…
This is a short film created by DidgeBridge, a Digital Ad Marketing company. DidgeBridge is startup company that I have worked with on a few projects in the past. This is self promo that we created for the Patriots vs Colts 2015 playoff game. P.S. I’m really a Bears fan.
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Sebastian Stadil has been managing cloud environments for years as the creator of the Scalr project and founder of the startup he built to commercialize it. It’s his business to know how the various public clouds work, and to understand how Scalr’s customer are using them. He came on the Structure Show…
Are they the same? Do they complement each other? Who is more valuable? What makes them different? Let’s jump right into it. Managers and leaders have different personalities, different ways of thinking, and that’s how I separate the two. Here’s how I break them down.
Abstract This study seeks to decide if a relationship exist between the number of student enrollment for a particular class and evaluation scores. The factors used to decide this relationship include overall class, instructor, workload and grading scores. The outcome of this study is to help business school administrators understand how much, if any, evaluation … More A Case Study on Class Bidding
After a day of shopping, I decided to create this post. While shopping I paid attention to my buying options during my trip. I could choose large a hypermarket store such as Target. I could also choose traditionally retail stores such as Safeway or Whole Foods. I decided to go to Target because I know … More Threat of substitute products or services
An ethical culture is important because it’s a win-win for both the employees and employers. It creates a positive and productive environment which is healthy for the organization. When the employer runs into difficult situations, the employees are most likely willing to go the extra mile. It is important for a board to fully understand … More An Ethical Culture…..it’s a win-win for both the Employees and Employers.
Here’s something I wrote last year. With Aalibaba’s IPO, all the talks we here about the chinese economy and doing business in China. I wanted to post an article giving insight on chinese business practices and etiquette. If you are planning to do business in china for the first time in the near future, understanding Chinese business practices … More Chinese Business Practices and Etiquette
Has your organizational ever asked some of the following questions when it comes to IT related projects? Why does it take so long to add a few features? Is this app going to take another 5 months to build? If so, we’ll just find another solution or outsource it. This app is too slow. Why … More Why move to a service oriented architecture (SOA)?