Month: January 2013

Education trends…

What Is an Adjunct Professor? An adjunct professor is a part-time professor who is hired on a contractual basis rather than being given tenure and a permanent position. Fact/trend: Adjunct professors as a percent (%) of faculties of U.S. Colleges: 1975 — 43% 2009 — 70% That/this is a big strategic (?) shift…

Sales

Sales as a function is at the start of a quiet revolution, and it is being driven by several factors: the broader availability of information a more aggressive lean-forward approach to purchasing higher expectations for enterprise quality software [CRM, ERP, etc.] experiences more process-driven tactics are being utilized to running sales teams So, when customer behavior, …

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Time management

Time Management in a Nutshell The key to effective time management, it seems, is balance. Stay focused and allocate your time against key activities in a balanced and meaningful way. Key Activities: making operational decisions managing and motivating people setting direction and strategy managing short-term or unexpected issues dealing with external stakeholders Balance, balance, balance…