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Buying copyright
[March 30, 2011 – 08:41 am]
Buying copyright

So you're finally ready to buy some art to decorate the walls of your new home. You have a vague idea of what kind of art that would fit with the d? Cor of your home. But you have a problem. Where will you find these works of art? You can paint yourself – but you're not an artist. You can go to your nearest store for art and choose from the limited variety they have on offer – but the store is miles. The only other option is to go online to find your ideal work of art, and have delivered to your door. Shopping online for art has significant…

Human capital valuation
[May 20, 2011 – 07:55 am]
Human capital valuation

After having gone through the basic introduction to the course, it is only naturally to begin building the blocks on this foundation. The next section of the course has to do with organizational aspects and valuation of human capital. To further build on the first assignment wherein I used the National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos, (NOUN) as my example organization because it my my own context and because it will always help me to apply whatever I am learning to my context, I decided to continue using NOUN as my organization of choice. o be successful in this second part…

Human resources evaluation
[July 13, 2011 – 04:40 pm]
Human resources evaluation

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How to evaluate trade Mark?
[December 10, 2012 – 02:44 pm]
How to evaluate trade Mark?

TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) is an organisation funded by a range of development agencies to promote regional trade and economic integration in East Africa. TMEA works closely with the East African Community (EAC), national governments, business and civil society organisations. Headquartered in Nairobi with branches in Arusha, Bujumbura, Dar es Salaam, Juba, Kampala and Kigali, TMEA supports East African integration through: A reduction in transport and related costs along the key corridors in East Africa; Supporting EAC institutions to develop a comprehensive framework for…

Price determination of copyright
[August 12, 2012 – 09:01 am]
Price determination of copyright

With reporting by Matt Leader The 1941 Historical Aircraft Group held their annual Tuskegee Airmen educational program prior to this year’s airshow. Each year, students from the Rochester area visit the 1941 Historic Air Group museum to learn about the history of the Tuskegee Airmen, the importance of staying in school, and following your dreams. This year, Dr. David Anderson told the story of two individuals who overcame adversity and racism to become pilots. After escaping from the Klu Klux Klan, the young man travelled to France where he learned how to fly. While there, he…

Intellectual company explanation
[July 12, 2010 – 08:07 am]
Intellectual company explanation

I’ve been meaning to post about Jason Baptiste’s 14 Ways To Be A Great Startup CEO for a while now. With so much myth and misunderstanding slung around the web as advice on entrepreneurship, it’s unusual to see 14 good points in a row on this topic. I’m highlighting my five favorites here, but all 14 are valid. This is my selected best five. (And all the bullets here are direct quotes from Jason’s post.)  1. Be a keeper of the company vision No explanation needed on this one.  2. Absorb the pain for the team.  Be a keeper of the company vision doesn’t need explanation. Jason…

Software code valuation
[April 13, 2010 – 03:37 pm]
Software code valuation

Andreessen Horowitz has made its largest investment ever by pouring $100 million into GitHub, a website for software developers to share and collaborate on code. This is the first and only money the four-year-old company has ever raised. The Wall Street Journal pegged the valuation at $750 million, citing an unidentified source. GitHub was started as a side project by two web developers-Tom Preston-Werner and Chris Wanstrath-who wanted a way to work on code together. They made improvements to Git, an open source tool developed by Linus Torvalds to help developers synchronize…

Organizational resources valuation
[June 25, 2011 – 08:52 am]
Organizational resources valuation

Can an external strategist be an asset to an established corporate strategic planning team?   There is clearly no substitute for the value provided by the internal strategist and the homegrown planning processes that fit the organization like an old well-worn baseball glove.  But can this value be enhanced by an outsider’s involvement?   nter the external strategist, stage right.  There is a perceptible but unspoken tension that exists when external consultants enter the picture in an organization.  This can be especially true when the consultant is a strategist.  The questions…

Organizational learning valuation
[August 15, 2011 – 12:10 pm]
Organizational learning valuation

A July 17, 2012 press release from the Department of Finance: Officials of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka visited the Philippines on July 8 to 13 to study the country’s land administration and management system, including the property valuation and taxation, intending to learn from the Philippines’ successful experience under the Second Land Administration and Management Project (LAMP2) of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), and the Department of Finance (DOF). Continue reading →

Valuating goodwill
[February 6, 2010 – 01:56 pm]
Valuating goodwill

Pariss The last day of class in fourth grade was a free day. We got to stay on the playground longer, play board games in class and watched a movie. The highlight of the day was when my mom brought Happy Meals for everyone in the class. My mom always volunteered at my school. She chaperoned on field trips, made cupcakes, attended PTA meetings and even dressed up as Clifford for the Book Fairs. No one asked her to – she did it because she wanted to. She always found time to volunteer and shared that same value with me. I started volunteering at fourteen. I’ve volunteered at the…

Corporate intellectual property valuation
[April 29, 2011 – 07:00 am]
Corporate intellectual property valuation

Valuating human resources
[April 26, 2012 – 09:39 am]
Valuating human resources

Strategic human resource management is essentially a more targeted approach to people-oriented management. It is known as a proactive management model that takes the functions of Human Resource Management or HRM and refines them so that they are specific to the company in which they are implemented. This all works together to benefit the company by providing a system with which it can achieve its goals through streamlined processes relating to its human resources – the people behind the brand. By making use of strategies in HRM, a company becomes empowered to effectively manage…

Selling personal intellectual property
[August 18, 2012 – 04:34 pm]
Selling personal intellectual property

I don’t know if you heard about this, but sometime last month David DeMartini – the head honcho at EA’s digital delivery platform known as Origin (you know their incredibly shitty spyware ridden attempt to replace Steam) said they will never do Valve style sales events. I didn’t get to comment on this back then, so I wanted to discuss it a bit now. I apologize if this is old noodles for you now. Bear with me – I will try to make funnies along the way. Here is the direct quote from Mr DeMarcepaniPants: Obviously they [Valve] think it’s the right thing to do after a certain amount…

Explanation of patent
[February 20, 2013 – 08:47 am]
Explanation of patent

Intellectual Property Culture: Strategies to Foster Successful Patent and Trade Secret Practices in Everyday Business, by Eric M. Dobrusin and Ronald A. Krasnow, Oxford University Press, 2008, softcover, 392 pages, $135, ISBN13: 978-0-19-533833-1, ISBN10: 0-19-533833-2.   Intellectual property (IP) encompasses patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and related intangible rights.   This one-volume reference provides a thorough introduction to IP rights and strategies. The book’s stated purpose is “to help attorneys and executives build a business culture in which the…