As I appraise the speakers, I sense they believe a person or entity should have goals, outlining a position and process for operating. And among the objectives, it’s probably about giving and receiving value. In furtherance, they likely agree of a win-win scenario, critical and optimal, given two parties, differing requirements. Fundamentally, in my opinion, this makes long-term economic sense; although, self proclaim - structurally bias - mindsets, individually or entity based, won’t and don’t practice it. From a non-business point of view, alluding to two previous articles, take groups that believe in: mandating certain dietary living plans, even against the will of others; perhaps attempting to force upon others to work youth programs to high schools to college systems, inclusive of sports, etc.; maybe wanting to heavy-handedly promote religious careers/lifestyle; focusing upon - using a person’s effort for earning a desired living, at minimum, to orchestrate relocation to specific places. These misplaced steps are aiming to add membership by negativity. Clearly, one can relate the scheme to a certain business maneuver, to maximize profitability, whether individual, entrepreneur, employee, executive, or owner, strictly using cost cutting. Keep this in mind, the overall marketplace, and social space, is indeed ramping-up; now encompassing swifter and constant changes in technology, across all industries.
As a writer/journalist, attending conferences is invigorating. You are exposed to people and ideas of tomorrow, practices for a local to global level, and vice-versa; promoting elevation and expansion of involvement, primarily along business frameworks. A mere presence is neither sufficient nor satisfactory; the purpose is to analyze, explore, and share. I provide no thoughts on fellow comrades; however, I write not to become political or to be a publicity hoarder; nor to over-ride a love for accounting. In fact, my business experience, and gifted ability to neutrally assess, fuels enjoyment of media/press coverage; simply put, I get the economics behind the happenings and dealings. I don’t speak for others, but my direction is the possibilities of pursuing immeasurable benefits, with real expected growth, personally and professionally, in multiple forms. I contrast to the contrary bunch, voiced above (political ideology, religion, enforcement preference, favorite sport, or relationship to education); behavior of singular mindsets, muscling attempts - not something to wow or mesmerize you to join; seemingly, they want to dummy down one’s actual skills; a tactic of agitation or anger baiting in a bubble; hints entail a particular manufactured circumstance by purposefulness; a misguided wave of helpers play it out; burdening people hand picked without consent. Then there are those who preference nothing positive. I think not what motivational builders had in mind.
In accordance, let me share comments heard at the 2013 World Business Forum (http://www.wobi.com/); sound bites included: 1.) ‘leaders are not born, they are made; but, a chosen person must accept, for it to succeed;’ 2.) The generosity gene – reward and acknowledge good deeds/behavior, 3.) The Rank and Yank concepts are value and performance, (http://performance-appraisals.org/faq/rankyank.htm). 4.) You can’t do business from an empty wagon; 5.) It’s important to see opportunities, make needed decisions, have willingness to take risks; and 6.) Disruptive innovation/technology is where real job creation occurs; in current times, this is what is missing from the US economy. Whether immediately appreciated, the remarks contain useful fonder to anyone. The substance takes root by delving into the details. With that in mind, here are products and events coming forth:
2.) International Project Management Day 2013: Power of the Profession. A free online event.
5.) MultiTouch – World’s 1st fully integrated 4K resolution interactive display, MT840 Pre-Order program.
Guavus, a leading provider of big data analytics solutions, announced Manish Goel has joined the company as CEO. (http://www.guavus.com).