Smartphones have become an indispensable part of our lives, isn’t it? It becomes quite annoying when the battery of your smartphone or tablet dies while you are in dire need to work on it. The electronic gadgets such as laptops, tablet PCs, portable music players, USB fans and a lot more are no less than a crucial part of every individual’s life. Without them; your life literally comes to a screeching halt. Well, there is no need to worry now! InnoPlus is well aware of your phone charging concerns. With smart & fast charging gadgets from InnoPlus you can enjoy your work without [...]
How Many Live Posts Do You Need When You Launch Your Blog
Today, I want to answer a question almost every blogger asks when they start blogging: How many posts should I have live before I launch my blog?
It’s a common question I get, and while I’ve mentioned a few approaches in other episodes today I’m tackling the topic specifically.
So if you’re starting a blog for the first time, or thinking of starting a second blog, this podcast is for you.
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Most managers know, anecdotally at least, that poor quality data is troublesome. Bad data wastes time, increases costs, weakens decision making, angers customers, and makes it more difficult to execute any sort of data strategy. Indeed, data has a credibility problem.
Still, few managers have hard evidence or any real appreciation for the impact of bad data on their teams and departments. They are thus unable to give data quality its due. To address this issue, in our teaching in executive programs in Ireland, we ask participants — executives that come from a wide range of companies and [...]
As your startup grows, what your customers expect from you will change and the volume of their requests will change. You’ll shift from the reactive mode of supporting requests as they happen to the proactive mode of fixing issues before they ever become a problem.
I’ve spent the last seven years building the customer success function at HubSpot. I grew with the team, and played a big role in many of our successes … and failures. Along the way, I’ve talked to hundreds of founders, sales and marketing leaders, customer success VPs, and front-line reps about how to build a [...]
As organizations struggle with stalled diversity efforts, some are considering moving toward a “colorblind” approach: deemphasizing initiatives focused on specific demographic groups in favor of more general inclusion efforts. For some, this approach seems like an appealing strategy for engaging majority group members and company leaders, while reducing the tensions that can arise when efforts are focused explicitly on identities like race and gender. Some studies have shown, for example, that even though many companies’ existing diversity efforts aren’t helping more wo [...]
It’s a longstanding debate that’s reemerged during Hurricanes Irma and Harvey: During a time of crisis, should merchants raise or maintain prices when demand increases for essential products such as water, gas, and bread? Now, due to the influence of social media, a new alternative is emerging: Why not lower prices during these critical times?
Economists usually lobby against implementing price-gouging laws that restrict large price increases during natural disasters. Instead, they advocate raising prices to bring demand in line with supply. By allowing the market to work [...]
Due to the hectic schedule and the busy lifestyle, it is difficult to buy time and keep yourself updated with current trends of lifestyle, fashion, travel, food and much more. To cope up with such issues, you can invest some time on reading blogs related to current topics. With the flood of information available on the internet; online blogs prove to be the selective and decisive tools which expand your knowledge base on every specific topic of your choice. Blog4passion.com is one such resourceful website which publishes an array of informative blogs on diverse trending topics popular around t [...]
Agriculture always demands innovation and advancement in its various fields and processes. Being a crucial part of life, it requires equipment and tools that can be compatible to produce good quality crops. Grintoso is one of the most recognized names in the field of agriculture and production. This is the web based store which stocks top class and dryable agricultural equipment and products. With around 20 years of expertise in the industry, they are dedicated to offering you products which are suitable in range of applications which include landscaping, vegetable processing, green proc [...]
Bets are the leading online distributors of the highest quality tractors and related agricultural equipment. With nearly 20 years of practice in the agricultural industry, the company takes pleasure in introducing themselves as a leading seller of premium agricultural machines. They offer Japanese used agricultural tractors (trattori agricoli usati), mini excavators and crawler mini dumper and other farming equipment. With the help of their products, it is quite easy to make several agricultural tasks easier as well as reduce manual labor.
Investing on their products can be beneficial fo [...]
Jennifer Maravillas for HBR
Amazon’s big announcement that it will build a second headquarters has caught the attention of local officials, economic development professionals, and pundits across the U.S. and Canada. And for good reason: “HQ2,” as it’s being called, would create upwards of 50,000 high-paying jobs and billions of dollars of new investment in whichever city it locates in. The city that lands this historic deal will see its economic and physical landscape transformed, albeit for a hefty price tag in the form of tax breaks.
Thus far, public [...]
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“Productivity isn’t everything, but in the long run it is almost everything,” wrote Paul Krugman more than 20 years ago. “A country’s ability to improve its standard of living over time depends almost entirely on its ability to raise output per worker.”
There is a virtuous cycle between productivity and people: Higher levels of productivity allow society to reinvest in human capital (most obviously, though not exclusively, via higher wages), and smart investments result in higher labor productivity.
Unfortunately, this virtuous cycle [...]
Every winter, my colleagues and I invite CEOs of some of the world’s largest businesses to join our students at Stanford University. Those that do spend an evening discussing the challenges of digital disruption with us and some of the brightest MBA students on the planet. Invariably, each CEO we host recognizes two truths: Digital disruption will reshape their industry in one fashion or another and they must find a way to embrace these changes.
Yet, despite the fact that all of our guests across our 18 sessions (and counting) have embraced these truths, the average result of s [...]