If you are familiar with online marketing, you are well aware that there are hundreds of different network marketing companies out there with representatives who claim to have the best compensation plan, full-proof training and a way to make you money fast.
Unfortunately, several companies and marketers don’t follow through on these promises. Too often I’ve heard stories of new marketers who don’t receive adequate training, don’t have a support group or mentor to help guide them and haven’t made a single commission after weeks and months since starting their business. Continue reading “Questions To Ask When Choosing A Primary Business”
This is a sequel to the article with the same name and is meant to provide some of the possible counter-arguments to the arguments provided in the previous article. Thus this article is meant to prove why the practices like black-marketing of movie tickets and forced donations demanded by some schools are corrupt practices. Continue reading “Corruption is Business:Part 2”
E-markets have been established in many industries as a sourcing option for buyers. Research has implied that the e-markets have substitutional effect on the traditional supply chain, yet in many situations, e-markets are used by buyers as a benchmarking tool in negotiations with traditional suppliers. The late 1990s and early 2000s have seen the rise and fall of many e‑marketplaces. Despite being hyped for their ability to benefit firms through dynamic pricing as well as lower transaction costs, most e‑markets failed, never reaching their expected potential. Continue reading “How e-markets affect the supply chain”
Business requirements often seem an impossible target for most of us when they are chalked out. What creates a difference in the successful completion of the same is how one plans out the fulfillment of the same. Planning is the crucial part which many professionals fail to pay sufficient importance to. Continue reading “How to meet impossible business requirements”
Before I dive into the depths of this somewhat perceived as a dirty topic, I feel a disclaimer is appropriate that the text you find below is just a scientific and logical analysis of data and need not necessarily be considered as my personal opinion to influence the opinion of others. Continue reading “Corruption is Business – Part 1”
Randy Pausch from Carnegie Mellon university, is one person the world will miss. Professor Randy Pausch (Oct. 23, 1960 – July 25, 2008) gave his last lecture at the university Sept. 18, 2007, before a packed McConomy Auditorium. In his moving presentation, “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams,” Pausch talked about his lessons learned and gave advice to students on how to achieve their own career and personal goals. Continue reading “Randy Pausch’s last lecture on achieving dreams”
Competitive management style is the least popular among the many leadership styles. The person who is a competitive style leader is more difficult for most people to work under. This particular style is extremely commanding and demanding. Learn why competitive style is often ineffective from the communications and public speaking expert Tracy Goodwin in this video. Continue reading “What is Competitive Management Leadership style”
Dr. Darryl Cross is a professional Clinical Psychologist who talks about how to optimize time management. Today, time means money, and a most valuable resource. A must see for all professionals, who face a time crunch. Check this out. Continue reading “Darryl Cross – Time Management”
All ideas generated by brain-storming cannot be actually implemented due to various constraints. The company needs to cut down to one or two feasible new product ideas from the pool of all new product suggestions. Exactly which ideas are to be selected, are determined by considering the following: Continue reading “An Idea Can Change Your Life – But for Better or Worse?”
The economic slump of 2009 has seen many companies struggling for survival. While some made it, others didn’t. This article provides some insights on what caused such a difference of performance, and provides simple guideline to battle economic uncertainty, especially for the manufacturing industries.
The economic slump of 2009 has seen many companies struggling for survival. While some made it, others didn’t. This article provides some insights on what caused such a difference of performance, and provides simple guidelines to battle the economic uncertainty and financial crisis, especially for the manufacturing industries. Continue reading “Riding the uncertainty wave – 5 Mantras for Success”