Monthly Archives: February 2012
We all have to communicate in verbal and written form. Want some simple advice? Read this great post about the twenty most common grammar mistakes people make.
We all know that there are many things that are almost impossible to learn in college, that you hope you had in mind when you started your professional life. After reading this article about the things you don't learn … Continue reading
Everything from note taking, to study hours, and frequency of study. What if everything you know about learning is wrong? Read about it here.
If you're looking for some ideas on creativity, take a look at this free workbook titled Why Creativity. It comes in PDF and Kindle Format.
Someone sent me this wonderful video, of how helping others is always a win – win – win proposition.
One of the most important variables in a healthy economy is people’s attitude towards savings. What has been frequently found, is that people worry very little about the future, and instead like to focus on short term purchases and … Continue reading
When studying classic business management, one often runs to McGregor’s theories about motivation in the workplace, Theory X and Theory Y: Theory X claims that employees aren’t inherently lazy and dislike work, so managers must ensure a continuous supervision and … Continue reading
Seth Godin, one of my favorite marketing authors and speakers, recently gave an excellent interview about his latest book, We Are All Weird, where he discusses the current shift in business: from building products and services that appeal to the … Continue reading
One of the critical signs you can look for to see if a company is committed to continuous improvement, is the way it manages its problems. You could categorize companies into two types: Companies where the predominant culture is … Continue reading
The d.school, part of the institute of design at Stanford, has an amazing workbook full of ideas, methods, how-to’s and other valuable information about innovation and design. For all of us that have be continuously innovating in our work, this … Continue reading