Monthly Archives: December 2008

Math Education: An Inconvenient Truth

It’s unbelievable. It shows how good intentions and bad instruction design lead to a mess.

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Wikis? Are they worth it.

“People are definitely a company’s greatest asset. It doesn’t make any difference whether the product is cars or cosmetics. A company is only as good as the people it keeps.” — Mary Kay Ash It has been said, by far … Continue reading

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Proving the Value of Training

Here are a couple of good questions for you: How do you prove the value of training? How can you accurately quantify the value of the time and money you invest in advancing your career through training and education? If … Continue reading

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Training Does Make the Difference

Only high-level industry training will allow you to become a trusted adviser to your clients. Hold onto you hat and please do not fall out of your seat. I am going to dispel a common myth that some people hold … Continue reading

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