Mundo S/A - Fedex investe em novos mercados para crescer A Fedex, empresa de entrega americana, fatura por ano US$ 40 bilhões em média. A empresa entrega cerca 3,5 milhões de pacotes por dia. A maior empresa de entregas rápidas do mundo possui uma frota de 667 aeronaves. Fedex investe em novos mercados para crescer Segundo pesquisa da Zenith Optimedia, agência de mídia do Grupo Publicis, o Brasil será o quinto maior mercado publicitário do mundo no ano de 2013. Empresário investe em publicidade em sacos de pão Só na cidade de São Paulo, mais de 180 empresas de delivery abriram as portas nos últimos 10 anos. Novos empreendimentos surgem no setor de delivery em São Paulo Uma tradicional cutelaria francesa conseguiu se reerguer e fazer frente à concorrência, tendo como objetivo a perfeição. Vilarejo francês luta para manter tradicional fabricação de facas a... O novo sistema numérico é possível reconhecer, reproduzir um tom exato de cor e até mesmo criar novas misturas como as fluorescentes e metalizadas.
36 Things Every 21st Century Teacher Should Be Able To Do What should every teacher in the 21st century know and be able to do? That’s an interesting question. After just now seeing this excellent post on educatorstechnology.com, I thought I’d contribute to the conversation. I added the twist of ranking them from least complex to most complex, so novices can start at the bottom, and you veterans out there can skip right to 36. 36 Things Every 21st Century Teacher Should Be Able To Do 1. Whether you choose a text message, email, social media message, Skype session, or a Google+ Hangouts depends on who you need to communicate with and why—purpose and audience. 2. Email won’t always work. 3. Hit the Print Screen button near your number pad on a keyboard on Windows. 4. Know what it means to be Rick Roll’d, the difference between a fail and an epic fail, why Steve is a scumbag, and who sad Keannu is. 5. Not everyone loves technology. An RT as an olive branch. 6. 7. Tone is lost when you type. 8. This is dead-simple, but you never know. 9. 10. 11. 12.
Innovation: the key to business success — University of Leeds This short free online course, which benefits from CPD accreditation, is designed for anyone interested in commercial innovation. Whether you run your own business or are a cog in a bigger wheel, work on your own or are part of a large multinational organisation, this course will help you see how you can be an agent for change and help push forward innovation. Learn how innovative ideas emerge and become reality You will see that very few innovative ideas are new; the vast majority take something that is already working and improve it. At the end of the course you will have a better understanding of: how to encourage and contribute to innovation in your business; how to turn ideas into reality (for the benefit of the business); the role of people in successful innovation. Explore case studies from major high street retailer, Marks & Spencer You will explore a range of important innovations, including the introduction of chilled foods and the development of man-made fibres.
Design & Thinking - a documentary on design thinking Rita F. Pierson: WATCH: How A Teacher Encouraged Her Students With An 'F' TED and The Huffington Post are excited to bring you TEDWeekends, a curated weekend program that introduces a powerful "idea worth spreading" every Friday, anchored in an exceptional TEDTalk. This week's TEDTalk is accompanied by an original blog post from the featured speaker, along with new op-eds, thoughts and responses from the HuffPost community. Watch the talk above, read the blog post and tell us your thoughts below. Become part of the conversation! This blog was produced in collaboration with TED for the TED Talks Education Special. Teachers don't make a lot of money. In the spring of my career, I found myself questioning the choice of my life's work. I was on a plane recently and the flight attendant asked my name. I most certainly realize the extreme importance of being a competent teacher. For every student that finally "got it," for every rookie teacher that said, "you inspired me to stay," I get the raise that never quite made it to my paycheck. -- Rita F.
How Google Is Using People Analytics to Completely Reinvent HR First of two parts If you haven’t seen it in the news, after its stock price broke the $800 barrier last month, Google moved into the No. 3 position among the most valuable firms in the world. Google is clearly the youngest firm among the leaders; it has surprisingly been less than a decade since Google’s IPO. Most companies on the top 20 market cap list could be accurately described as “old school,” because most can attribute their success to being nearly half a century old, having a long established product brand, or through great acquisitions. A new kind of people management The extraordinary marketplace success of Google (and Apple, which is No. 1 on the list) is beginning to force many business leaders to take notice and to come to the realization that there is now a new path to corporate greatness. “New path” firms dominate by producing continuous innovation. Shifting to data-based people management Google co-counder and CEO Larry Page How does the Google approach reinvent HR?
Caine's Arcade | A cardboard arcade made by a 9-year old boy. 4 Web 2.0 Technologies To Inspire Students Collaboration | Q&A 4 Web 2.0 Technologies To Inspire Students By Chris-Rachael Oseland09/14/11 Instructional Technologist Marta Magnuson is used to some skepticism when students see her syllabus. A lot of them have never heard of Web 2.0 technologies like Diigo, Glogster, Prezi, and PBworks. For some, the thought of using any technology they can't access from their phone breaks them out in a cold sweat. Magnuson said she has faith that the four technologies she finds most useful in the classroom aren't going anywhere. Realistically, Magnuson said, there's a risk these technologies might disappear, but she said she believes teaching students how to use Web 2.0 technologies is almost as important as the course material. By the end of her classes, Magnuson said, she's converted most of her skeptics. Chris-Rachael Oseland: You say there are four big Web 2.0 technologies you advocate in the classroom.