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7 Things I Learned From Jeff Bullas

Jeff BullasI have been sharing my experiences and researches via my blog at http://mugekurubas.blogspot.com/ since July 2013. I have learned a lot about blogging, got acquinted with other bloggers and experts in my field.

During the design period of my website; my friends made valuable contributions to the design and content. One of the resources I benefited from was an e-book entitled “8 Key Steps to Blogging Mastery” by Jeff Bullas (thanks to Oya Yaşayan for the suggestion). In his book, Bullas shares his personal blogging experiences and (as the title suggests) summarizes these experiences under eight topics.

In this post; I would like to summarize the points from which I benefited the most:

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  • Amit Pandey

    Great. I also learned 7 things after reading this blog. Keep sharing.

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Two Training Programs On Creative Thinking

Considering the training programs in corporate life, one of the most popular topics is entitled “Creative Thinking”. In today’s environment our life styles and socioeconomic conditions are changing rapidly. Additionally expectations of customers are continuously increasing. In order to meet these expectations; every firm, every department and every employee need to think and act in more creative ways. This situation has led to an increase in demand for “Creative Thinking” courses.

Well, here is a question we need to face: Could creative thinking skill be improved via training programs? I have to say that it is not possible to answer this question with a “Yes” considering the courses I have attended so far. Main purpose of the courses on this topic should be to direct the attendees to look at the things with a different perspective and to inspire them by giving some examples of creative thinking. Continue reading…

  • Amit Pandey

    Wow..I really like reading this blog. The picture is also very nice and beautiful. Thanks a lot for sharing.

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A Day On Management With Rumelt and Drucker

The most essential thing that shapes the future of companies is undoubtedly the managerial skills of the managers. As human resources professionals, we are in close contact with the management of the company. We are aligning our plans and programs to the company’s strategies and the decisions of the management.

On Tuesday I attended two important summits in İstanbul. The first one was arranged by Yapı Kredi Banking Academy and the summit focused on the term “Strategy”. The second one was arranged by Peter Drucker Turkey Initiative and it was a panel with speakers from different fields. Continue reading…

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Liven Up Your Training Programs With Infographics

Brain is capable of absorbing 36,000 images every minute and almost 90% of the information absorbed by the brain comes through the eyes. Stemming from these facts, today visual information such as pictures, drawings or dynamic videos is often designed to facilitate learning and instruction. These visuals improve cognition by utilizing information, enhance the effectiveness of the learning process and make it easier for the users to remember the details of the subject. Continue reading…

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Big Opportunity for Human Resources: Big Data Analysis

Every day we are producing mass amount of information. According to the estimation of Zettaset*, we create 2.5 quintillion* bytes of data every day and 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. This massive volume of information and the technology required to store it is called with the term Big Data. Even though big data is not such a new phenomenon, the concept of Big Data is one of the new hypes of the recent years. Indeed the real new thing is the analyses of the big data and the meaningful results as a result of the analyses. Continue reading…

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