Lessons From My 20s is an excellent presentation by Ryan Allis!
e-Learning projects are complicated projects, include many variables for their completion. As a junior project manager and analyst, I came often to the position not only to describe such projects but also to participate in their implementation! Training in a technology-rich environment is not always easy, and e-Learning projects, aiming primarily at developing an adequate infrastructure can support multiple life-long learning goals!
Today online connected world defines business operational models, older entrepreneurs would find at least “paradoxical”! Our today business growing and international ecosystem includes the large corporations, non-profit organizations, small business owners, solopreneurs, edupreneurs, social media entrepreneurs and any other kind of business operation can provide a viable and viable business.
Before a long time ago, a friend of mine wanted to quit his day job and to start a business with scale models! Yes, scale models! He is a fan, hobbyist, model scale constructor, and had a long time distinctions in the area, developing more than 300 different scaled models and helping other people to build them! Not a so much hi-tech ambition, but a valid one, as well!
One of the major problems in today’s business is the lack of planning and objectives. Many people have started a new business in order to test and (hoping!) to prove right the business model they have in their mind, but rarely this happens without a proper vision, strategy, goals, and objectives. The lack of these elements defines the absence of business as we know it!
Trade economy is one the foremost and oldest form of exchanging goods among people. When I was a young boy, long before sports and girls had started to occupy our free time, I was in the habit of collecting and exchanging cards. There were cards with sport or movie stars captured during their “heroic” moments. We collect the cards from gum packages and we trade them in order to manage to have a full collection. I remember, that with a full collection you would get a wonderful album to keep the cards you have collected in and various other small gifts. The price was not such great, but the process of locating, trade them and negotiate for the cards we haven’t in our “repository” was exhilarating!