We are continuing our blog post series about our guidebook – Business Blogging for Beginners which has many tips regarding blog content and writing a blog. This post is regarding Lesson 15 and is the final post in the series. Before you begin though, make sure you read lesson 14 first. Now, let’s proceed.
Welcome to another post about Business Blogging for Beginners. Here we will talk about tools that you can use to become a better writer. We have added links to the tools wherever possible. You might want to read the thirteenth lesson before you continue. With that said, it’s time for lesson fourteen. Tools to Write […]
How to Improve Your Writing “When I can’t write I read. When I can’t read I sleep. And when I can’t sleep I write.” – Jarod Kintz, Blogger Writing Critique Checklist Grammar Use a strong verb Junk Adverbs Avoid repetition of Pronouns Word choice Over used words or repetition Wrong word choice Clichés Writing Style […]
“Of all God’s gifts to the sighted man, color is holiest, the most divine, the most solemn”, said John Ruskin Have you heard of a startup called Color Labs, Inc which supposedly paid $350,000 for the color.com domain name in 2010? From wiki, here’s what I could glean about Color.com: Founded in Palo Alto, California […]
It was just a month back that we celebrated the 1st Corporate Connect Meet of Opteamize at the IIT Madras Research Park, Chennai. Opteamize Cloud Solutions Pvt Ltd, an IBM Business Partner offers solutions that optimize academic (project), business (prospect) and recruitment (placement) processes on a SaaS model. The interesting part was that the […]
I have attempted to capture the thinking that went behind the development of opTEAMize. It started as Matching individuals within a team then pivoted to being a ‘match the team’ for IT services and the version we are going to battle with is opTEAMize. Hopefully you will know that lot of work has gone behind crafting this beautiful product and the story has just begun!
The Employee Value Proposition (EVP) or Employer Value Proposition as some may deem it to be lacks substance in many companies and is often a lazy attachment to the job offer letter or compensation statement negotiation discussions. Should we not spend more time discussing what we get beyond just the salary and a role?
In our endeavor to understand the workings of today’s busy HR professional, we ventured into what they do and what they care about. We picked 50 of those topics that we constantly encountered. Feel free to add to this list.
A large part of any organization and its business processes involves documents. A lot of documents. Need to hire a new team member? Do the paper work. Need to estimate and quote for that big project? Sure but juggle the mountain of bid documents first. Need to sign up that new customer for your service? […]
We rearchitected our B2B application opTEAMize from MySQL to Cloudant. A few thoughts on why the big move…