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How to evaluate relational capital?
[July 24, 2016 – 02:52 pm]
How to evaluate relational capital?

Which cloud model is right for your business? What are the factors that should influence your decision? In his session at the 11th International Cloud Expo, Josh Butikofer, Chief Solutions Architect at Adaptive Computing, will discuss how to evaluate public, private, and hybrid clouds along several dimensions. He will use real-world case studies to show Cloud Expo delegates the pros and cons of each of these cloud models. Armed with this information, you can then decide what is best for your organization. Josh Butikofer, Chief Solutions Architect at Adaptive Computing, is a…

Copyright explanation
[July 18, 2016 – 02:44 pm]
Copyright explanation

Editions of The Mini Page created by Betty Debnam offer news and information about elections and voting and engage young readers with current and historic events. The more you work with the site, the better you become at finding content that serves your purposes. To help you locate and read stories that support a study of elections and voting, past, current and future, learn how the archive works and explore topics related to voting. To make full use of the archived editions of the Mini Page, use the navigational tools built into the archive. Navigational Tools View the archive…

Corporate intellectual property acquitions
[July 12, 2016 – 02:33 pm]
Corporate intellectual property acquitions

Every other corporate company across the globe would definitely be associated with some or the other legal firms in order to manage the legal issues they face. Some of the common legal concerns of any of the big corporate companies include company acquisitions, filing bankruptcy, intellectual property and so on. There are only very few firms that are quite popular in handling many such corporate legal issues and Willkie Farr is one among the well known names in this line. Having global presence in six countries in USA and Europe with more than 150 well experienced attorneys…

What is corporate intellectual property?
[June 30, 2016 – 02:03 pm]
What is corporate intellectual property?

As the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) prepares for its annual meeting next week, there remains a great deal of confusion about what the organization supports. ALEC advertises itself as a group that supports free markets, limited government, and federalism. But in reality, ALEC pushes a broad range of oppressive policies that distort markets, attack liberty, and centralize power. ALEC does all of this on behalf of multinational corporations that would not and could not exist without state intervention. ALEC has supported some of the most tyrannical legislation in…

How to sell human capital?
[June 18, 2016 – 01:21 pm]
How to sell human capital?

This is a guest post by Grant Hensel of Viibrant. If you stripped Bill Gates of his assets and dumped him on the street…he’d be back to living a comfortable life with plenty of income in about a week. Why? Bill Gates has tons of human capital . Wikipedia defines human capital as “The stock of competencies, knowledge, social and personality attributes, including creativity, embodied in the ability to perform labor so as to produce economic value.” If Bill Gates suddenly became homeless he could walk into the headquarters of any major company on the planet, offer his services…

How to evaluate patent?
[June 16, 2016 – 01:17 pm]
How to evaluate patent?

By Barry Wilson and Martin Bader On July 9, 2012, a three judge panel of the Federal Circuit in CLS Bank International v. Alice Corporation (Appeal No. 2011-1301) ("CLS Bank"), decided a case of patent eligibility under 35 U.S.C. § 101. In a split decision, the panel reversed the district court's finding that three Alice Corporation patents claiming a computerized trading platform for exchanging obligations are drawn to patent ineligible subject matter. In holding the claims valid, the court found that the claims at issue included computer implemented…

Structural capital evaluation
[June 14, 2016 – 01:12 pm]
Structural capital evaluation

The basic geological conditions of Ake dam site were discussed in detail in the paper, then primary engineering geological problems existing analyzed and evaluated thoroughly including dam foundation, abutments and bank slope stability, riverbed leakage, overburden etc.Pointed out that the dam site is lying in a stable area and there are not aclinic or flat-pitching weak structural planes.The dam region belongs to a medium dissected alpine area with smaller scaled exodynamic geological phenomena and has no major impacts to the dam engineering.Medium to weakly permeable bedrock…

Buying relational capital
[June 8, 2016 – 12:49 pm]
Buying relational capital

Isn’t It Time Brands Started Acting More Human? Joy Panos Stauber, Chicago-based brand communications designer writes: A brand is not a veneer you apply to make a business (or product or service or idea) appealing to its intended audience. Instead, a brand begins to exist when a business has something to offer to the world—values, services, or products. From there, the brand’s work is to articulate those unique attributes and strive to communicate them the right way, and to the right people. Even so, a brand is not what a business says it is. It’s what the consumer ends up perceiving…

How to buy relational capital?
[May 19, 2016 – 11:47 am]
How to buy relational capital?

As I keep reading more and more about outsourcing and meeting and discussing matters with industry players, the more it becomes clear that effective communication is the key to project success. And despite that, the importance of measuring quality of communication in an organisation is not getting the importance that it deserves. As more and more companies consider  outsourcing to achieve cost reduction and process efficiency, it becomes clear that the strength of the network becomes the focal point. This is essentially, relational capital, which would form the competitive advantage…

Definition of structural capital
[May 11, 2016 – 11:33 am]
Definition of structural capital

This lit review (of sorts) was written as the final paper for a course on Urban Social Networks taught by Zak Neal in the Soc department at MSU (after this class, I asked Zak to join my dissertation committee and he agreed. Hooray!). It teases out some of the ideas I’ve been trying to think through to relate this strange ambiguous concept of “social entrepreneurship” with social networks and social movements. Specifically, I ask how scholars of entrepreneurship versus scholars of social movements think about network capital, or  patterns of relationships. In the entrepreneurship…

Explain human capital
[May 7, 2016 – 11:30 am]
Explain human capital

Haplogroups statistically explain 50% of the IQ variance among 42 nations. The amount explained is approximately the same as found by Rindermann et al.; the novelty of this paper is that a globally representative sample is used. Lynn and Vanhanen’s new book, Intelligence: A Unifying Construct for the Social Sciences, which contains updated national IQs for 161 nations is due to release July 16th, so an enterprising researcher can soon replicate the results using a more comprehensive data bank. A novel extension of this line of research would be to look at the National K variance…

Definition of customer capital
[April 27, 2016 – 11:01 am]
Definition of customer capital

For quickly growing startup or expansion-stage software companies, raising venture capital should be cause for celebration. Champagne bottles should pop, high fives should ensue, and every stakeholder should salivate over the ways in which the business can leverage its cash infusion to scale and drive future growth. And while most investments start that way, it isn’t long before some companies’ euphoria gives way to disaster. Unfortunately, starting from the notorious “Webvan” of the dotcom bubble, the high tech “deadpool” is infamously littered with many examples of ventures…

Evaluation of human capital
[April 23, 2016 – 10:56 am]
Evaluation of human capital

PDRI, an SHL company Location: Baltimore and Columbia, MD PDRI, a premier human capital consulting firm for over 35 years, is currently looking for talented individuals to join our fast-paced and growing consulting organization in the Baltimore, MD area. PDRI has a rich history in designing, developing, and implementing customized and innovative solutions to meet complex, sensitive, and unique human capital challenges. Our consultants work in a team-based environment to identify client needs and develop and implement custom solutions to meet those needs. PDRI offers its employees…

Corporate resources price determination
[April 7, 2016 – 10:16 am]
Corporate resources price determination

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