How to Sell Yourself as a High-Performing Job Candidate

June 17th, 2016

Your job interview is a sales pitch – with you as the product. Candidates who conduct their job search as a sales campaign consistently win over other contenders who fail to take this approach. Prepare In Advance Every great sales pitch starts with advance preparation. This includes client research – in this case, researching your […]

Accepted a New Job? Here’s How to (Professionally) Resign Your Current One

November 13th, 2015

Emotions can run high as you prepare to leave a job. You may want to vent your frustrations, celebrate, or simply fade into the horizon and start the next phase of your life. Just as people remember the first impression you made on your current company, they also will remember the last one. So keep […]

The Big Data Dream Team: Building It, Managing It & Joining It

January 9th, 2015

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that nearly two-thirds of companies plan to invest in Big Data technology as they plot their upcoming business strategy. But high-tech equipment alone won’t extract the maximum value from an organization’s data. It also requires a team of professionals who offer both relevant IT, software and hardware expertise and […]

Big Data: Challenging Corporate Cultures, Carving Out Job Opportunities

September 4th, 2014

Proper data analysis reveals key consumer trends – and the way you decide to pursue them has a decided impact on your culture. In fact, if Big Data isn’t already affecting your culture, then chances are you aren’t using it correctly. Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT) can help your business achieve a […]