Introduction to Valuing Stocks

Why the Big-Three German Automakers Should Be Afraid of Chrysler

In the US, there are no American car manufacturers that sell vehicles to the most affluent people. When it comes to high end Mercedes, Rolls Royce or Ferrari, the US has allowed foreigners to come in and take this market. And they did not put up a fight. The company best positioned to enter the affluent market is Chrysler. Outlined is a 3 point plane to make Chrysler the premier US auto manufacturer.

3 Things Skateboarders Can Teach Us About Innovation

Most people don’t see the connect between a professional business, such as data management or IT consulting, with a skateboarding company. When you consider the numbers though, there are plenty of positive takeaways that you can gain from looking to successful businesses outside of your industry for inspiration and their unique take on innovation. Successful skateboard companies are in fact successful businesses that can be modeled for components, which can tune up areas of your business that you may not always pay as much attention to as you should.

Organizations That Manage Innovation Processes Will Gamify Those Processes

In the next few years it is estimated that more than half of all businesses that manage innovation processes will gamify those processes. Gamification is a growing trend in business and this also lead to large leaps in the innovation process among the businesses that choose to adopt this strategy. By making the process more of a challenge and less about having to get the task done, businesses are finding that their employees are more engaged with the process and can get into a creative mode much faster, which produces more ideas that can tested in your innovation process, for…

Online Billing – The Different Benefits

Modern technology has given us different benefits, how should we use it? What is the benefits of online billing? Why are people using it?

Shipping Containers, Versatility In A Box

Shipping containers, once just a cargo box to ship “stuff” has now become as or in some cases more useful than the “stuff” inside. Due to our overseas trade imbalance it is now cheaper just to build new containers rather than reuse the ones that have found their way to North America. For a while scrapers were buying containers for sale to recycle the steel, but today people are finding countless new uses for shipping containers.

Solution to Africa: Innovative THINKING!

The solution to Africa’s poverty innovative thinking. By taking a look at the richest people in the world and their success in their continent we are able to tell the economic differences and what will make the poorest countries rich success.

Business Intelligence Trends for the Year 2013

This article is devoted to the latest business intelligence trends for the year 2013. Taking these peculiarities into account will help companies improve their customer service, decrease costs and stay up-to-day in the constantly changing world of modern technologies.

Wall Street Just Doesn’t Understand Innovation

Over the last 30 years, the companies that have been able to innovate effectively and make good use of their research and development (R&D) budgets have become coveted companies, but the market doesn’t value them accordingly. While the market can be quick to jump on the latest craze and push certain hyped stocks to new heights, the companies that innovate effectively aren’t always given their due until after the fact. Most of the time Wall Street, tends not to properly value the companies on innovation because of its relative difficulty to quantify.

Why Innovation by Forced Brainstorming Doesn’t Work

When people are forced to brainstorm, either in a group or being put on the spot individually, most people can’t assess their most creative thoughts. Innovation depends on creativity and thinking outside the box to come up with solutions and ideas, but most people can’t force a creative state. While time limits can be beneficial to creativity the person that is trying to generate ideas has to be in the correct state, and this is extremely difficult to coordinate with several people.

How to Take the Mystery Out of Innovation

Many people see innovation as a mystifying process that requires blinding flashes of creative insight to come up with new products that change the world. In reality, there’s nothing mysterious about it. As defined in the dictionary, innovation is simply “making changes in something established, especially by introducing new methods, ideas, or products.

Innovation Is Directly Proportional to Your Business Growth

Innovation is integral to success and growth of any business. Heard this popular quote from Albert Einstein, “If you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got.”

Not All Ingredients for Business Success Are Found in College Textbooks

Survival in any business involves certain key ingredients. Today we discuss a few perhaps not found in the textbooks used when you pursued your MBA but are nonetheless quite relevant.

Evaluate What Your Business Is Lacking In Order To Become More Successful

1. Focus on your qualities. No matter what industry your business operates in, there’s always going to be a lot of competition. The marketplace is constantly changing, forcing businesses to re-evaluate their marketing strategies. In order to stick out from the crowd, you’ve got to set yourself apart from the others.

Innovation A to Z

What is innovation? While the standard definition of innovation is a new product or idea, innovation can be seen as putting a creative spin on a new or old idea, and making that new product or idea available and beneficial to many. Innovation is often used in technological circles, e.g. computer technology, which extends to everything these days. Here are a few areas in which innovation is occurring every day.

Paperless Office: Myths That Make SMBs Think Twice When Searching for the Most Suitable Application

It’s indeed odd that in a time of remarkable technological progress, we most of the time don’t think twice a second in the case of deciding to buy some “cool” technological product, which often will likely not give us any monetary advantage in exchange; but we have become pretty hesitant to dedicate our money on modern technology that has actually shown its worth. Such pattern also is applicable to small and medium businesses, which typically exhibit an adverse disposition in terms of new developments, and are generally reluctant to adjust their outdated, paper-based procedure for a new document management software geared towards a “paperless office”.

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