This graphic shows the steps to convert data into Business Intelligence. We go from big data warehouses to do data mining and extract the pieces that we will filter, analyze and store as records in databases.
We then organize, sort, and clean records to produce information. We start the process of selecting useful information that we can convert into intelligence. Similar to military intelligence, we study this meaningful information to produce business intelligence for our organization. This business intelligence allows leaders and managers to make decisions keeping the competitive advantage. Business intelligence is also useful to expand to new markets, explore new countries, and try new systems. Two important considerations are: Control Information Overload and Validate Sources. These will help to have better Data at the Base. It is called “database” for a reason. We are using this graphic and video in our courses. #DrJoseCampus
Social Media and the digital space is ubiquitous in today’s society. As consumers of media, we are constantly flooded with data—how can we best handle the influx of information, process it and engage others? Here are some of my TIPS for building a powerful digital following! Social Media use among millennials is widespread and continues […]
via Getting Successful with Social: Tips to Build a Digital Following — Dr. Kevin Campbell, MD
SWOT External Environment used in our Global Management and Strategic Management courses.
This is a video with an overview of the Personal Leadership System used on this Change Management and Extreme Time Management lessons as part of a Management of Personal Systems course. Time is one thing in the world that we cannot change. Information, communications, family, friends, and work overload our time. We fill our day with activities that overwhelm our capacity to handle them. We need extreme time management and change management skills.
TED Ed Lesson Link: http://ed.ted.com/on/6zYmrboX
After years of blogging in the Learning Edge we have added several media and social media networks. You can see all online educational resources via our Lepervanche Network tab (www.lepervanche.org). In order to simplify our blogs and other video resources we are updating the Learning Edge with our educational activities and using Global Learning News (www.globallearningnews.com) to report about our Global Learning Adventures.
And evidence shows connecting with nature really works. Free play in the outdoors is good for social and emotional development, improves self-awareness, and makes children more co-operative.
Source: We need fewer exams and more wilderness in education | Teacher Network | The Guardian