Nowadays we’re watching a new interesting trend: the adoption of RSS feeds. It started as a geek tool, but I believe it is expanding quickly because people need more and more to get updated information, there are a numerous feed readers (e.g. Google Reader), every version becoming easier to use, and it allows people to […]
As noted everywhere, Nintendo Wii sales are very succesful. But why’s that? Wii’s is most likely the console with the least processing/graphic power and I dare to say they won’t have as many agreements with game editors as Sony or Microsoft. Wii’s has got Wiimote “a controller that hat motion sensing capability, which allows the […]
As a company you can position yourself on the market as a first-mover or a follower. Each of this approaches as it own advantages (e.g. first-movers get there first, followers don’t need to make as many mistakes) and disadvantages (e.g. it normally costs much to be a first-mover, followers sometimes can’t penetrate a market). Either […]
Setting objectives for people is one of the hardest task a manager can find. That may not be true for every function out there (e.g. budget-oriented people). One thing is to benchmark a person’s activity, such as Invoices processed, for an Accounts Payable worker. One other thing it to evaluate a person with an highly […]
Back to the good old days! Now we can [probably] earn some good money by doing something we really like: surf the internet. AGLOCO is a new Internet Venture where you get shares and money by browsing the net while using their viewbar, as well by the time your referrals spend doing it. If you’re […]
Great post by John Chow. Read it and understand why you should start doing “your business” as soon as possible. I haven’t done it that way and feel I should’ve. The older you get the riskier it gets, you have more responsibilities, more to lose, more preoccupations… Follow my advice, follow John’s.