Thu.Apr 11, 2019

Business and Education: How Nanodegrees Are Changing Things

YoungUpstarts

Nanodegrees are the new face of education and career training. While a four-year-degree can never hurt, businesses are more interested in your on the job skills than whether or not you finished all your gen ed classes.

How to tell the difference between a good interviewer and a good hire

View from Seed

The last thing you want to do is go through all the time and energy of finding and hiring a new employee only to find out, after you’ve extended the offer, that they’re not a good fit. It happens all of the time.

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5 Small Village Franchise Business Ideas

YoungUpstarts

Thinking about business opportunities, all we can dream about is of a good place in big city areas with tons of facilities and huge crowds to make maximum profits. But, in reality, business opportunities are not just restricted to big city areas.

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Does Scrum Apply To All Types Of Projects?

The Startup Magazine

It’s a regular question googled in relation to the adaption of scrum methodology, and still people are confused whether to implement it in their projects. All of us know in software companies that scrum is the most significant agile methodology for handling software projects.

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Do You Need A Broker For Forex Trading?

YoungUpstarts

Trading foreign currency can be a very simple act that many of us perform every time we travel. If we are living in the US but take a trip to London, we would take a few USD and trade them in for some British Pound Sterling. When moving on to Italy, we would go to a bank and buy a few Euros.

5 Guiding Principles That Build Powerful Business Teams

YFS Magazine

Andrew Carnegie once said "No man will make a great leader who wants to do it all himself or get all the credit for doing it." Today, this idea endures. Lead leadership team building team development

Growing Your Business – Some Useful Tips

YoungUpstarts

Starting a business isn’t an easy process. With so many challenges and responsibilities, you can easily get overwhelmed, and this is why it’s essential to maintain your determination and have a clear perspective on how you want to handle the entire process.

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Yes, You Can Afford Professional Services On A Startup Budget

YoungUpstarts

When you are launching a new business for the first time, chances are that you are already on a fairly tight budget, so it is common to believe that availing professional services is not an option.

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Your World in 2030

Start Up Blog

Ten years is not a very long time, but in a world of exponential technology, a lot can happen. So I thought I’d provide some predictions for the world by 2030. Thirty of them, to be precise. Let’s call it 30 for 2030. Sure, some of the ideas below might seem like science fiction or fantasy, but so was much of the technology we take for granted today. It makes sense to think about these now, so that we can consider longer-term career, financial and corporate strategy decisions today.

How JD.com Is Changing Customer Service And Experience In Chinese e-Commerce Sector

YoungUpstarts

Quality customer service is becoming an important competitive tool for any company.

4 Ways To Get Your Customers To Use Your B2B eCommerce Site

Women Entrepreneurs Can

The world of eCommerce is one of the fastest growing markets today. Many consumers find online shopping to be more convenient and efficient.

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[Interview] Joan Kuhl, Author Of ‘Dig Your Heels In: Navigate Corporate BS And Build The Company You Deserve’

YoungUpstarts

It’s no mystery why women are leaving the world’s top companies in droves. From the pay gap to the battle to have their voices heard, women feel undervalued as they struggle to thrive in their professional careers, while their “boys’ club” counterparts zip right to the top.

Here’s how NOT to define your competition

Berkonomics

We investors see this all the time. An entrepreneur pitches using a deck with no slide for competition. When asked (as we always do,) the response is “This is new. We have no competition.”. Niet! Unh unh. Professional investors laugh when they hear an entrepreneur come out with that one.

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How To Overcome Common Misconceptions When Adopting An A.I. Tool At Work

YoungUpstarts

by Susan Tran, Head of Customer Success at Spoke. We’ve found that there are three common misconceptions people face when onboarding an A.I. powered tool. I’ve detailed those misconceptions below—along with how we help customers overcome them.

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The Leaders Guide audio book is now available for pre-order from Audible

Startup Lessons Learned

Four years ago, I launched a Kickstarter project called The Leaders Guide. I wanted to pull together a book based on the work I'd been doing with large companies who wanted to implement Lean Startup in order to become more innovative, and Kickstarter seemed like the right place to test the idea. The project was fully funded on its first day, and my work on The Leaders Guide began.

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TNW and Randstad launch HR Tech program to boost innovation at work

The Next Web

No matter what industry you work in, no matter what the size of your company, few things are more important than finding and retaining the best available talent.

Recommended Israeli Restaurants in NYC

Guy Nirpaz

Spring break was last week, great opportunity to mix business and fun in NYC. We stayed in an Airbnb apartment on the lower west side of Manhattan, walking distance from many great places. We had a chance to try 3 great Israeli restaurants – Tel Aviv quality standards (which means very high).

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Revival

Guy Nirpaz

It’s been over three years since I last posted on this blog. I’ll try to bring it back to life. I changed the title from “Thoughts from my startup journey” to “Thoughts from my journey.” ” Potentially a broader perspective of life in general. Will see if it sticks… The post Revival appeared first on Thoughts from my journey.