e-Learning is a complex discipline, includes many things: instructional design, course development, learning, pedagogy, adult learning, technology, platforms, etc. It is not something to take too lightly because the progress of many people and the careers of many more people, may depend on it. It needs knowledge and skills to master, and results to be delivered!
Gmail is one of the most successful web-based email services for small and medium business. Gmail, today, is a popular webmail client accounting more than 900M Active Users, 75% On Mobile! It is widely used and in conjunction with third-party tools, can form an excellent command and control center for your personal and business operations!
When I was a child, we played for the pure fun of the game. As everyone did. You had played card games, chess, soccer, football or basketball just for the joy of participating in a group competing one against each other. You rarely had interest in the results, just in the game and how to play it better (for you or for your team)!
Why preparation is important? There are times in life you want to do more! You usually expect the “right” conditions to help you succeed. A favor of luck perhaps, a change at the original conditions, something to give you a break. Rarely does happen, and you should always be ready to exploit any opportunity may arise from the situation you are dealing with!
This is a podcast for an article, have while ago. I hope you would find it interesting!
Employers, Department Managers, HR, and Payroll Department Managers all struggle with the age-old challenge of getting employees to turn in their time sheets by established deadlines. It’s a pervasive issue across business and industry, and there’s no apparent reason to assume the situation will ever improve. Why? That’s an easy one. It’s because employees HATE keeping track of their time.
The first few years of the startup business is the riskiest time for entrepreneurs. From a recent statistic, it is proved that one-third of new businesses close in a couple of years.
This is why many new business operators are full of the excitement while setting the foundations in the first year. But in the second year, they lose their homes due to lack of sales and growth.