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This is where you learn to start and operate a business. Whether you have a business or simply just want to learn or start a business this is the place. Your teacher Jamie Knight Has been in business for over twenty years and is currently owner/President/CEO of JKnight Enterprises Inc. Visit our websites at: www.jknightenterprises.webs.com. This course starts you from the very beginning to the end in business. You will learn about taxes, payroll, employee management and much more.
Entrepreneurship is the art of creating value through making the world a better place for both yourself and those who get in touch with your business activities. Whether you are a student, a doctor, an engineer or a homemaker, entrepreneurial skills will help lead a better, more interesting. These skills include communication, innovation, networking, teamwork, managing money and sales, to mention a few. Behind every great product or service that we enjoy today is an army of people, who design, build, distribute, sell and maintain the product or ensure safe delivery of the service and entrepreneurship is at the heart of all these economic activities.
This is a 3 credit course for students with no background in Spanish to become competent in communicating through listening, speaking, reading, and writing. This open course will create and provide resources reusable under creative commons standards. Registration for the course is available immediately. Although the course cannot provide college credit from an accredited university, capable students will learn the material of a first-year college class, and will receive a letter grade.
This introductory course connects anyone interested in developing an understanding of the observation and analysis of performance in sport. It offers synchronous opportunities to discuss topics but it is fundamentally asynchronous in sharing, aggregating and curating resources. It is hoped that access to open resources prior to synchronous meetings will give the course some flipped characteristics. The content of each topic is intended to be an introduction to that topic. We recommend that everyone access the Connecting and Sharing topic as the first module in the course in order to establish a framework for our activities over the subsequent four weeks. Thereafter the route taken through the remaining four modules will be a personal choice.
How do you market a service when there is no car to test drive, no shoes to try on, no computer to take home or book to read? Services marketing is different from traditional product marketing and this course will introduce you to the distinctive characteristics of services and how they affect both customer behaviour and marketing strategy. You will learn how to create and evaluate a service environment that is both functional and enhances the experience of the consumer.
Do you want to develop tradeable knowledge and strategic thinking to advance or change your career? Do you want to improve your business bottom line? Do you need to do your own marketing? Do you want to analyse your service experiences and become a more informed consumer? Whatever your reason, this course is designed to take your services marketing knowledge to the next level.
Discover the world of computing, learn software design and development while solving puzzles with world renowned lecturer Richard Buckland. UNSW Computing 1 is presented by OpenLearning with original content derived from UNSW COMPUTING's first year computing course. Take the course for online for free, the first cohort starts on October 15th 2012.