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NNEC (Capacité réseaucentrique de l’OTAN) The NATO Network Enabled Capability (NNEC) programme is the Alliance’s ability to federate various capabilities at all levels, military (strategic to tactical) and civilian, through an information infrastructure. But the main objective of the NNEC programme, illustrated by the slogan “Share to Win”, is to initiate a culture change that begins with people. Interacting with each other and sharing information will lead to better situational awareness and faster decision making, which ultimately saves lives, resources and improves collaboration between nations. Components of the policy The networking and information infrastructure (NII) is the supporting structure that enables collaboration and information sharing amongst users and reduces the decision-cycle time.
11 Ways to Think Outside the Box Thinking outside the box is more than just a business cliché. It means approaching problems in new, innovative ways; conceptualizing problems differently; and understanding your position in relation to any particular situation in a way you’d never thought of before. Ironically, its a cliché that means to think of clichéd situations in ways that aren’t clichéd. How to Google like a boss - Become a master of Google search with these little-known tips No doubt about it, Google Search has revolutionized the way we do research. Gone are the days when we need to reside in the library for days-on-end just to finish work we’ve set ourselves to do. What is great about Googleling for research is that you can do it in your favorite cafe while sipping cups of your choice brew. Join me as we peruse this resource I found while I Googled like a boss at Tribeca Coffee, Ilocos Norte. I was adding finishing touches to posts at The Write Freelance when I discovered this treasure. Meantime, let me assure you, when you apply these little-known tips revealed in the infographic, you will surely master the art of using Google Search.
Front End Innovation - Osterwalder’s Business Model Canvas Doesn’t Work for Start-ups As each team in my executive innovation graduate class presented its corporate entrepreneuring project, frustration mounted. The teams had worked carefully, and sometimes painfully, through IDEO’s classic human-centered design thinking process—clarifying the problem they were trying to solve (for example, working professionals who are not at home during the day to accept package deliveries), identifying the customers who have the problem (working professionals), and defining the value of solving the problem for those customers (never missing a package, preventing theft of unattended packages). Following the lean start-up approach, the teams had then identified solutions on which to base their proposed start-ups based on customer visits; in this case, the solution the team suggested was a web page where customers could reroute packages or identify alternate delivery points. Osterwalder and Pigneur’s business model canvas Maurya’s lean canvas
How to Create a ThingLink Tutorial My Reflections on ThingLink and Interactive Presentations Major shifts in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) require students to have opportunities to practice and master skills in the areas of speaking and listening as well as the ability to compare, contrast, incorporate evidence, understand primary source documents, and create arguments. In terms of student engagement and creation in these areas, the possibilities are endless. Unfortunately, there has been an over reliance on the use of PowerPoint or slide shows for presentations, limiting creativity and too frequently resulting in students reading from the screen.
OAS in crisis as it tackles Venezuela and budget in the red SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — As Venezuela teeters on the brink of economic collapse, its problems are roiling the Organization of American States, an institution that faces its own dire financial crisis under a new leader who is pushing it to focus more on human rights and democracy. The Washington-based OAS convened its general assembly here this week amid a spiraling economic and political crisis in Venezuela that has brought the transformation to the forefront. Secretary General Luis Almagro has accused the government of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro of violating the organization’s Democratic Charter requiring members to uphold democracy, and OAS member states are deeply divided between those that support Almagro and those that see his charge as an unwarranted intervention in Venezuela’s domestic affairs. [Venezuela accuses Washington of fostering a coup] “He’s saying, ‘If we’re not going to do this, what are we going to do?’” [Venezuela hovers near the brink of collapse]
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How To: Create a Lean Canvas Put yourself in your customer’s shoes and describe up to 3 problems they face today. Try to understand their unique needs and challenges. If your consumers have no problems, no frustrations, no longings– this is a problem. It means you have nothing to offer them, and therefore don’t have a business. Problems lead to working business models. Using Animoto in the Classroom It’s unusual for me to write a blog post extolling the virtues of a single edtech tool – I usually prefer a rundown of several resource that can be used for any given subject, because there are so many brilliant tools out there to feature and usually so many advantages and disadvantages to using each one. But Animoto is a special case! It is incredibly easy to use, which is a huge plus for the classroom, but also presents a really wide and flexible range of possible uses, which isn’t always the case with the simpler end of edtech tools.