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Das internationale Marketing gewinnt aufgrund einer immer internationaler werdenden Geschäftstätigkeit von Unternehmen stetig an Bedeutung. Doch was ist internationales Marketing und wie unterscheidet es sich vom nationalen Marketing? Beim internationalen Marketing handelt es sich nicht um eine Disziplin, die ausschließlich andere Themen adressiert als das „klassische“, „nationale“ oder „generische“ Marketing.
Posted on 11 May 2011 • 34 comments Let me get this out there right away: I hate email. Seriously, I can’t stand it. It’s not that I have any particular problem with the medium; in fact, I’m not even one of those people that believes it should be replaced with a radical alternative .
Managing projects can be tricky, time-consuming and confusing. It’s easy to lose one’s way when faced by a myriad of tasks, each with its own deadline. Project management requires a manager to be alert at all times. It is, in essence, the art and science of managing everything that is related to a project (be it tasks, team members, deadlines, etc.). When all aspects of a project mesh together without causing any disruptions, we have what we call a successful project. Managing projects is not an easy task.
Kohive is an all-in-one collaboration tool that provides you with a desktop interface and lots of apps to do whatever you want. You can create different workspaces and invite different groups of people to each workspace so you can share stuff with them in real time. Kohive has a built-in notepad, instant messanger, photo gallery, file storage and even a task management tool.
I like project management software, but for the most part most of them look like clones of Microsoft Project. Not long ago I explored Gantter , a free online project management tool that looks a lot like MS Project. Abhigyan has covered Collabtive , another group project management tool as well. And of course Tina provided a great overview of all of the project management tools so many people have come to know and love – like Remember the Milk and Google Calendar.
For the most part, I’m a very task oriented and “to-do list” sort of guy. At work I’m able to manage the many projects and even small tasks that I’m responsible for through Microsoft Project – which is, in my humble opinion, one of the most powerful project and task management applications available for desktop PCs. The problem is that most home users of moderate means can’t usually afford the Office package that includes Microsoft Project. The majority of home computer users will have the standard office package, such as the 2007 Home and Student edition which has Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote. However, at home I also have a number of involved and complicated projects that I’m trying to manage, as does my wife and if you have any teenage kids at home – project management software could help them tremendously with managing their time between homework, school projects, sport events and everything else life dishes out upon a vibrant and busy family.
Delegating tasks over the web can be an efficient and productive way to get a job done. These remote tools allow you to work with people on projects even if you are not in the same area code. Cohuman is a web app that lets you track what you are doing as well as assign tasks or collaborate on projects with other people. With Cohuman, you can set a target date for a task, exchange comments with your collaborator, and share relevant files.
If your project needs to have the cooperation of two or more people, here is your free solution. For personal project/task management, I recommend you have a look at GTD and the many applications that support implementing the GTD methodology . Google Apps Standard Edition is free and includes Gmail , Google Calendar , Google Docs and Google Sites – everything you need to collaborate with Google.
There are several tools on the net for written online collaboration . For example, MUO recently published an article about TypeWith.me for writing collaboration. But for those working on and seeking feedback on visual media projects, The Commentor might be a useful online collaboration tool. This site is useful for web designers, photographers, advertising agencies, and freelancers in general who work in the visual communication fields.