Exploring the Connected Universe – Delegate Level 1 – Resonance Academy A cutting edge interactive course Exploring the Connected Universe to better our planet through you. Engage with 9 leading faculty members and shift the current paradigm. Embark on a mind-bending journey, connect with 2,000 other travelers and apply this knowledge to transform yourself and our world. This course will TRANSFORM your reality and make you EMPOWERED, CONNECTED and KNOWLEDGEABLE to POSITIVELY IMPACT CHANGE! I have done thirty years of research and – together with a team of brilliant scientists – developed a unified field theory. My mission and the mission of the Resonance Academy is to get this information out to everyone, regardless of their educational background.
This App Will Tell You Whether You're A Good Cultural Fit At Any Company In the end, whether or not you decide to stay at a job long-term often has more to do with "culture fit" than with anything else. With one out of two people quitting before 18 months on the job, that's clearly a hard thing to get right, and reviews on GlassDoor will only take you so far. Good.Co, a platform that uses psychometric frameworks to help jobseekers and employees figure out their place in the cultural landscape, has released a new iOS app to make the process of figuring out culture fit a bit easier. Good.Co released a first semi-private beta almost a year ago, with a web app that offered up an array of quizzes to help users evaluate their own personalities, compare scores with friends and colleagues, examine culture fit with companies and managers, and discover their work team's personality.
World Economic Forum - The Millennial Challenge Citing a “mismatch” between high youth unemployment across the globe and the dearth of qualified workers for many companies, corporate and civil society leaders at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2014 called for a collaborative approach to seize the opportunity inherent in the problem. In the presence of members of the Forum’s Global Shapers community – a worldwide network of socially engaged young people – leaders urged further incubation of creative ideas to train and invest in the 50% of the global population under the age of 27. The potential upside of better incorporating youth into the economy is enormous, said Robert Greenhill, Managing Director, World Economic Forum. For every percentage point increase in youth unemployment, US$ 72 billion is added to global consumption. “We’re trying to bring more entrepreneurs to the table,” said Maria Fanjul, Chief Executive Officer, entradas.com, Spain, and a Global Shaper, “to encourage young people to be owners of their lives”.
3 things you need to remember about creating great digital content for your target audience SEO is getting more hardcore and complex with every Google algorithm update. It’s understandable because Google always wants to provide the best user experience to their users and by this they are filtering out all the content with lower relevance to the search query. What makes content relevant? Google has always been saying that quality unique content is key, but the problem is what is quality content. One issue with unique and quality content is that it takes more work, research and investment to make sure you are getting the best results online. This might be a big stumble block to many businesses because you actually need to invest quite a lot to get this right and on going.
Towards a Commons-Based Political Economy: Rethinking State, Market and Civil Society Michel Bauwens, John Restakis and Kevin Flanagan The history of political and economic organization within capitalism has been the recurring fight over the balance of power between the state and the market, which has ended in a radical subordination of the state and the social good to private markets interests. But the alternative may no longer be a return to statism and a ‘strong state’ but rather a set of commons-centric alternatives based on the principles of co-operation and economic democracy Indeed, the systemic crisis of 2008 has led to the emergence of alternative visions that need to be integrated in a radical vision of transition to a new kind of political economy. The first emergence is that of commons-oriented peer production, which allow local and global open knowledge, software and design communities to create shared commons that create direct use value for society, but also potentially powerful economic systems. Learning Outcomes
The Sounds of Interstellar Space The Sounds of Interstellar Space Nov. 1, 2013: Scifi movies are sometimes criticized when explosions in the void make noise. As the old saying goes, “in space, no one can hear you scream.” The game machine W2L Info Published on December 1st, 2013 | by What2Learn Are you looking to make your own study game? At What2Learn you can quickly and easily create an incredibly wide range of interactive learning activities including hangman games, quizzes, interactive word searches, extended writing activities and much more.
$700 million renewal of Ohio Third Frontier heads for May ballot - MedCity NewsMedCity News COLUMBUS, Ohio — A $700 million renewal of Ohio Third Frontier — the 10-year, $1.6 billion project to re-energize Ohioâ€™s economy by investing in emerging technologies — is on its way to the May 4 ballot, thanks to bipartisan support of a compromise resolution by state Senate and House members on Wednesday. Gov. Ted Strickland “is pleased to see that all sides have come together to reach a bipartisan agreement to renew the Third Frontier,” spokeswoman Amanda Wurst said.
8 Keys to Creating More Meaningful Content Hello ! @ # $ % ^ & * I was staring at my keyboard when I got the idea for this post. And there they were, right in front of my eyes and at my fingertips: eight keys to content marketing. Take a look at your keyboard.