The word ‘entrepreneur’ comes from the French verb entreprendre, to undertake. It denotes a person who sets things in motion – a prime mover, rather than someone who takes instructions from others in order to make a living. It could be said to define a character trait rather than a job title. If so, how can entrepreneurship be taught?
Which courses are the most intellectually stimulating? If you ask this question to teachers and students of various subjects, you’re bound to get biased answers. After all, those people are in their chosen fields because they found them interesting in the first place. Unless they are doing it because they have to – more on that later.
"Time is money". No, it's not a lesson in businessese, but the very thing that bounds eLearning professionals in their job. Employees have tons of things on their hands - and they may not be particularly happy about anything more - training via LMS for instance. How to deal with this problem? Those 8 tips will surely help you.
This time we've decided to give some appraisal to the tools that we use to run our business and create the product that we can be proud of. See what does a contemporary eLearning company use on a daily basis.
With these courses there will be a certificate to put on your wall, but more importantly you will have acquired the skills you need without the excess baggage of a full-blown degree. Furthermore, if you enroll at the time when you need the skills, they will be fresher in your mind when you come to apply them to the real world.