Security+ (SY0-201) Lecture Series audio training is a fresh, intuitive way for IT professionals to get the training they need for their career. Security+ Lecture Series provides authentic, instructor-led lessons on the most essential topics covered in the CompTIA Security+ (SY0-201) exam. A passing score on the (SY0-201) exam is required for the Security+ certification, and this Lecture Series audio training helps you pass the exam quickly and easily.
"Good foundation but practice with tests!"
A+ Practical Application (220-702) Lecture Series audio training is a fresh, intuitive way for IT professionals to get the training they need for their career. A+ Practical Application Lecture Series provides genuine, instructor-led lessons on the most important topics on the CompTIA A+ Practical Application exam. A+ Practical Application is one of two exams required for the CompTIA A+ certification, and this Lecture Series audio training helps you pass the exam quickly and easily.
A+ Essentials (220-701) Lecture Series audio training gives IT professionals a fresh, effective new way to train for the CompTIA A+ certification. A+ Essentials Lecture Series provides authentic, instructor-led lessons on the most essential topics covered in the CompTIA A+ Essentials (220-701) exam. A+ Essentials is the first of two exams required in the A+ 2009 certification track, and this Lecture Series title gives you the instruction you need to speed up and improve your exam training.
"Excellent terminology review"
John Kilcullen, Chairman and CEO of IDG Books Worldwide, and the brains behind the For Dummies series, talks about branding, entrepreneurship, startups, and dynamic growth.
"Brand equity is the holy grail"
Using her own experiences as an entrepreneur, angel investor, and venture capitalist, Yesil discusses the Entrepreneurial Process. She walks the audience through the steps necessary to identify a winning idea, recruit a coherent team, define a roadmap based on concrete deliverables, choose financial partners, establish the right business development relationships, create a larger than life shadow, and ultimately guide the company to a liquidity event.
"Dot Com BS"
There's a recent trend in sales and marketing called "Evangelism." Marketing guru Guy Kawasaki explains the role of fervor, zeal, and cunning in persuading people, as well as the power of passion in evangelistic marketing and sales. He uses humor and examples from his experiences to illustrate techniques and approaches that will enhance your sales and marketing skills.
"So, whats new?"
In this program, Professor Thomas Z. Lys discusses the characteristics that distinguish deals in which acquiring shareholders benefit from those in which they do not. This analysis is not only important to preserve your shareholders' wealth, but also because there is considerable evidence that bad acquirers make good targets!
This course explores the court as a living, breathing institution - one subject to the press of public opinion yet removed from its direct impact - one whose members have as often as not been vilified or praised. Listeners will come to know the court through a thorough study of its most significant decisions. The individual lectures explore both the personalities and legal reasoning behind, as well as the political impact of, these landmark cases.
"Difficult to follow"
It is a well-documented fact that Silicon Valley sprang from the Stanford School of Engineering. Former Dean Fred Terman's vision of local employment for his graduates led to the founding of Hewlett-Packard, Sun Microsystems, and Cisco Systems. Dean John Hennessy, co-founder of MIPS Computer Systems and Chief Architect at Silicon Graphics, describes the continued success of this academia-industry partnership.
Terry Pearce, whose career includes 17 years with IBM, offers a road map for finding and using your authentic voice, the key to public speaking mastery.
Professor Michael Ray uses the four tools of faith, absence of judgment, observation, and questions to describe how to release creativity in your personal environment.
"IT'S ONLY 52 MINUTES LONG"
In many cases, unmanaged stress in the organization is the hidden factor undermining personal and organizational effectiveness. Using biomedical research on human intelligence as the framework, Bruce Cryer presents a compelling model for building coherent organizations that are able to leverage the full capacity of human intelligence, adaptability, and innovation. Cryer uses case studies from significant global corporations as he discusses ways to improve personal and organizational effectiveness.
Graham presents her ideas for innovation, public policy, and political environment that support invention and rapid product introduction in healthcare.
William Bridges, President of William Bridges & Associates, explains why the conventional "job" is no longer the most effective way to get work done. He describes what tomorrow's workplace will be like and how individuals can cope with it - and even capitalize on it.
O'Reilly uses lessons derived from his studies, which show how to retain current employees and foster their creativity, drive, and development. He presents powerful examples of companies that live their values, value their people - and are extraordinarily successful.
Everywhere, in every industry, markets are merging, closing, shrinking, splitting, colliding and growing. The only constant in business is that everything is constantly changing. This talk by Kathleen Eisenhardt professor of strategy and organization at the Stanford School of Engineering focuses on how to manage these hotly competitive, high-velocity industries, how keep up with the pace of change, and how to get ahead of the game.