Entries Tagged as 'Communication'

Defining Your e-Business Strategy

April 2nd, 2012 · Comments Off

The issue is no longer whether the Internet needs to be a part of business strategy, but whether your strategy is paying off. In February, the American Management Association surveyed more than 500 senior executive members about their current strategies and activities in e-business.

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The LifeStart Wellness Network

December 29th, 2011 · Comments Off

In the summer of 1996, LifeStart decided to automate all of the clubs under its administrative umbrella through a single, areawide computer network. Through “Centralized Accounting” the firm hoped to reduce accounting costs, standardize procedures and reporting, increase access to financial information and limit the storage and maintenance of files to a single location.

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Building the Bulletproof Net Startup, Part 2

December 12th, 2011 · Comments Off

5. Equity The people magnet. The motivator. Stock motivates both people and capital. Startup stock can and has turned secretaries into millionaires, and produced annual capital returns measured in hundreds of percent rather than tens. While stock is behind the scenes, it is the central force that pulls startup ingredients together and motivates them to [...]

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Building the Bulletproof Net Startup, Part 1

December 2nd, 2011 · Comments Off

Speed Get out in front and run like hell Care to know last week’s weather forecast? Like forecasts, innovation loses its value – quickly – with time. As demonstrated all over the Internet, the best thing to do is to get in the marketplace. Why? Again, our primary mission is to get customers. On the [...]

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The Iceberg Theory. Part 2

November 11th, 2011 · Comments Off

It’s a wonderful program – great graphics, lots of fun, and certainly entertaining. What does it have to with the Internet? It’s simple – you can use it to play a game of Monopoly with up to 15 people around the world. Simply provide the game with the TCP/IP address – that’s the unique numerical [...]

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The Iceberg Theory. Part 1

November 11th, 2011 · Comments Off

For a long time, I’ve been running around telling people that over the next few years the Internet is going to become an iceberg. What do I mean by that? Simply, that we are going to see the arrival of a lot of new software that uses the Internet to obtain some information from somewhere [...]

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Dubya’s, How I Spent My Summer Vacation

October 18th, 2011 · Comments Off

Oh boy! I thought. Summer vacation. “No more budget, no more books, no more Demos dirty looks”. Just fishin’ and swimmin’ and barbecues, I figured. Heck fire, I’m the President of these dang United States so why not? Some vacation it turned out to be. First off, folks bitched ’cause they figured I hadn’t been [...]

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Healers hovering

June 24th, 2011 · Comments Off

Many high-tech professionals are learning to schedule “down time” — often in the form of meditation or yoga classes. UCSF Stanford Health Care Complementary Medicine Clinic offers mindfulness meditation classes for patients of chronic illnesses as well as professors, students, and the general public, as a means to reduce stress. Mark Abramson, a dentist who [...]

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