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Archive for December, 2009

useful international business blogs

The following blogs were voted “best business blogs of 2009”.  They are categorised by subject and also by country.  Worth looking at. Thanks to Resourceshelf

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Mobile Internet

Morgan and Stanley have recently published their December 2009 report on the state and progress of mobile internet.  There are three reports available in pdf format.  “The Mobile Internet Report Setup” , “The Mobile Internet Report Key Themes” and “The Mobile Internet Report” They claim “The mobile Internet is ramping faster than desktop Internet did, and we […]

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Springboard

This is a new exciting and very important organisation which was launched recently in Wellington.  Springboard’s   role is to encourage “the next generation of New Zealand directors and promotes age diversity around the board table”. Thanks to Business Blogs

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Interviews

This is a good practical guide for conducting interviews, whether it be for a new employee or a new contractor or supplier.  It talks about the need to prepare thoroughly, the use of open-ended questions and then finally, how to rank and compare the interviewees. Thanks to Business blogs

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Set up your own website

This practical Australian guide has been designed to help beginners put up their own website. Thanks to Roddy MacLeod via Resourceshelf

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Finding a new job via twitter

This Wall Street Journal article discusses the increasing number of companies who are using twitter to “target social-media-savvy job hunters and convey an innovative image.”  Cites the economic advantages and mentions that recently over 4,000 responses were received in response to a job advertisement by Intercontinental. Thanks to Resourceshelf

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Author Chris Bourdroux has made  82 policies from his upcoming bo0k Social Media governance available on his website.   It is arranged by company, but can also be viewed from an industry perspective.  Take a look,  it is very informative. Thanks to Resourceshelf

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A  2009 Cone Consumer New Media Study has found that 44% of new media users keep up to date on issues of corporate responsibility via social networks and blogs.  This Sustainability investment news release covers salient points from the study and the report in its entirety can be requested here.  (you have to fill in […]

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