In the last week, I have moved from an old CRT style TV to a flat screen LED TV and a D-Link Boxee Box. Continue reading “Inspired by Boxee and the Twit network”
Two free, good quality resources to explore
- Microsoft Virtual Academy – free, wide range of technical and semi technical courses
- SharePoint 2010 for Internet Sites Implementers’ Course – working through this myself – useful for more than the audience intended by the title
As I have commented before this blog is part wiki, part my brain on a stick, and I hope resources and information I find useful will be of interest to you.
Having booked in for my SharePoint exam in late September, I went looking for some more resources to educate myself and found Microsoft’s Get the Point. Lots of good content on Governance and Planning, readable by a non Server Guru audience. Covers Office 365 as well and includes lots of video and diagrams.
I need to find some good information on planning for SharePoint 2007 and 2010 users so will be going through this site in detail!
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As a trainer working for Training Providers my view of the World was that I provided the best trainer I could and the Training Provider would look after the process of selling to clients.
My world view has changed and I started to get interested in the Sales Process because:
- I wanted to be sure I was helping to generate repeat business
- I increasingly find myself accompanying Sales staff to meetings with Clients to help turn training needs into courses and other activities
So I felt I needed to understand the process better. As I have been working on re-building my business I have realised that this understanding is essential.
So via ITUNES I found the Advanced Selling Podcast by Bill Caskey and Brian Neale. While the intended audience is sales people, I think any contractor will find value in their problem solving approach. The podcast is based around listener submitted questions.
Your thoughts please
Steven Knight, IT Trainer