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What is your choice of media channel? Do you have dilemmas of choosing them?
Online advertising in Vietnam has long been in its first step when banner was the dominating method. Interstitial were used in some tech-savvy sites.
The market of 20 million Internet users has been regarded as very potential. We have seen the emergence of many sites on various areas such as blog platform, portal, social networking, C2C trading, online media, news sharing. Further down for each area many niches have been spotted. Each player does have her own strategy of monetization.
Out of all these movements, I’ve wondered if an advertising system like one of Google AdSense would ever be introduced in Vietnam.
When looking around, I spotted this site: XpressMedia of VinaForce.
From the first glance, the product-naming Game endorses CPM Advertising.
This model’s potential
Let’s see the potential of the market here in Vietnam:
- 20 million internet users
- Approximately 2.5 blogs
- Growing product-savvy
These factors form firm foundation for the development of this model.
One important thing to remember at the Vietnam market is not hasten to introduce ‘advanced’ functionalities. Simple and easy to understand is the way to go. We’ll see whether this model will make it here.
What do you think of XpressMedia first Game?
Putting invention(s) to practice
Re-organization: costs and risks
Origins of Innovation
Supply-pushed Manufacturer Innovation
Demand-led End-user Innovation
Technology As Innovator
Technology creates value
When the old economy has been saturated, technology comes in place
Bridging technology and business
Since its development from 1979, e-learning has increasingly played an important role in training of many organizations.
Traditional classification of e-learning is categorization. Courses are put into common categories such as: business, soft skills, technology, social sciences
From Horizontal to Basket
However, categorization gradually fall shorts in the need of real organizational training. One professional should have a combination of knowledge and skills across various disciplines. For example, a Project Manager should have Project Management skills, Leadership, Technical skills, Interpersonal and Communication skills, Client Management skills, Time Management skill, Coaching skill and so on. All these skills belong to different categories like Management, Soft Skills, Accounting, Technology. Any organization may want to standardize the training “basket” for each position. A basket contains courses/programs/articles that one person should acquire in order to perform a role.
then moves on to integration
Now, let’s take a look at the system as a whole. Training is one important part of an organization. Because it is important, it needs tracking and measurement. Key Performance Indicators can be used on Training as on any other departments.
Then an idea crossed my mind: the computer can be taught to ‘know’ what the employees need to learn in order to
- Follow their career plans
- Satisfy the organization KPI
e-learning should no longer stand alone, it should be integrated into other systems instead.
What technologies are available?
Can Portlet do that? Just a suggestion. I’m leaving this to the experts here.