(video) tool of the month: 1 second video apps for blended learning

Joitske Hulsebosch

Video is an important online trend. Video is already important in online marketing, and learning and training follows this trend. This blogpost can be read in Dutch on Ennuonline. The tool of this month is therefore a video tool: the 1 second video app.

2018 179

You can use Twitter to get new ideas to do your work in a better way

Joitske Hulsebosch

What I do is follow people from other industries (like marketeers) and also writers of books I like. One person said: “ I try to sift through all the Twitter content from my network and look for trends and relationships between topics.

2018 151

Use Binoculars, Not a Magnifying Glass

Michael Sampson - Currents

A magnifying glass reveals the current details of what is, while a pair of binoculars the bigger picture and wider industry trends suggesting what could be. What wider environmental, geopolitical and businesses trends will impact your organisation soon?

2018 127

(Microlearning) tool of the month: Guidiance

Joitske Hulsebosch

Microlearning is a trend in online learning, so the tool of the month is a microlearning tool: Guidiance. In this way they guide you from creation to marketing and sales, so that you ultimately generate a continuous turnover stream through online training.

2018 130

Unified Endpoint Management – and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security

Michael Sampson - Currents

Gartner published its latest analysis of the Unified Endpoint Management market late last week, with VMware, Microsoft, IBM, BlackBerry, and MobileIron ranked as the leaders. And it is trending in the right direction over time.

2018 116

AI Use Cases For Communities & Networks

Online Community Strategy

Image Source: Constellation Research 2018 Artificial Intelligence Study. Identifying customer behavior trends. We’ll spill into HR, marketing, IT, innovation – anywhere there’s a need to understand and optimise social intelligence.

2018 51

The Price of Oil

How to Save the World

Desperately chasing profits, like high-rollers who keep increasing their casino bets every time they lose, they have wiped billions out of share and pension values in a lemming-like panic about whether and when the colossally overpriced stock market is going to crash.

2018 67