You must have probably learned about what a Learning Management System (LMS). If you are a startup or a small business then you probably feel the need for a LMS. Chances are that you may have a restricted or un-informed view of learning management systems which in fact, an LMS could be the very thing that you need to help grow your business. Here are top 3 reasons why you should consider investing in an LMS.
I can relate this parenting quote “Parents are teachers, guides, leaders, protectors and providers for their children” to starting and running a Start-up company. “If you are interested in the living heart of what you do, focus on building things rather than talking about them” like how we build and shape the lives of our kids.
Should prayers be the first thing in schools? Should violence on television be regulated? What's opinion on the culture of working after office hours? Have you had a heated discussion with someone on the above questions?
I’ve always been fascinated with the workings of my own mind, and by human nature in general. How human brains work and operate in a team. To understand this, it’s important to self-diagnose yourself.
I’ve spent long hours contemplating individual motivations as well as group dynamics and the potential for collective intelligence.
I am sure as Professionals we all must have been in trouble maintaining records and reports in the traditional way. Having done with endless and tireless data entries, corrections and editions we all have discussed and dreamt about having a user-friendly systems and software which can save our and our co-workers valuable time.
Life is always unique and so are you and me. So there can be no one place to be. There can be no one way to be, no one way to practice, no one way to learn, no one way to love, no one way to grow and to heal, no one way to live and no one way to WORK! Everyone owns a Style and it’s your style and your way!! Trust your way and style!! May be right or wrong, just do it, what your gut feeling asks you do. There is always a scope and way to look back and learn from your own mistakes.
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