Globalization means businesses have an ever increasing need to scale their operations, and recent Mindflash reviews suggest that we're helping businesses do just that!
Americans are stomping mad about the economy in general and unemployment in particular, and it appears the President has gotten the message. In his latest State of the Union address, President Obama laid out a raft of economic proposals designed to ferry the unemployed back into work, including training programs for those who need to update their skills.
With its unveiling last week of the second iteration of its iBookstore and new e-book-creation "Author" application, Apple appears to have set its sights on reshaping the world of educational publishing.
This week in Las Vegas, over 3,000 companies have gathered to show off the latest in tech innovation at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES).
Forget the calendars and Christmas sale TV ads. To my mind, winter only starts when everyone I see on the train in the morning is wearing a scarf. And this week, everyone was. So it must be official – winter’s here, and 2011 is almost over.
Gen Y have been called the first generation of "digital natives," those who never knew a world without the internet. What’s the result of this early exposure to all things digital? The standard answer is that having tens of thousands of hours of practice processing information on screen, they are particularly adept at sorting, prioritizing and consuming digital information.
Employee turnover is a costly problem. And with 22% of employees leaving their jobs within the first 45 days of employment, it's all the more important to be sure that your employees are assimilated into your company with special care and ease. Of course, successful new employee training is easier said than done. Here are some on-boarding tips to help keep your employee turnover rates down, and your on-boarding success rate high.
How Mint Exec's New Company Will Teach All Employees To Teach Others, from Fast Company (4/13/11)
A Tech Tool That Puts Employees and Customers to the Test, from The New York Times (3/31/11)
Robert Scoble demos Mindflash with CEO Donna Wells, from Scobleizer (2/14/11)