Year: 2016

Consumer Barometer

The Consumer Barometer is a tool to help you understand how people use the Internet across the world.

The 10 Best Social Media SlideShares of 2016 to Level Up Your Marketing via @buffer

  1. Facebook is completely changing viral videos – Take advantage of it
  2. How to wow! with a presentation
  3. 24 Awesome Infographic Ideas to Inspire Your Next Beautiful Creation
  4. How to Create and Use Snapchat’s New Custom Geofilters
  5. 125 Clickass Copywriting Tips
  6. The Science Behind Effective Facebook Ad Campaigns
  7. 13 Tips for Creating Facebook Ads that Convert
  8. Top 10 Social Media Advertising Hacks of All Time
  9. Search Content vs. Social Content
  10. Why Social Media Chat Bots Are the Future of Communication

Template Library | Elementor

Elementor Library gives you access to a wide selection of pre-designed page templates, that you can use as the basic starting point for your page design. You can browse through the various templates by clicking on the “Add Template” that appears on the right content area of Elementor. You can also click on the Library icon that appears on the bottom of the left panel.

Predesigned Templates & My Templates

In Library you will find some really useful templates of homepages, services, about, contact, landing pages and other website pages. These templates are all created by our very own team of professional designers, so you can trust them to be well designed. We are constantly adding more templates, and the new templates are added automatically to Library. The templates can give you a great head start with designing your websites. They also let you “reverse engineer” how we build beautiful pages with Elementor, so you can learn the techniques and settings needed to create great looking pages all by yourself.

PRINCE2 is based on seven principles, seven themes and seven processes

The seven principles are:

  1. Continued Business Justification
  2. Learn from Experience
  3. Defined Roles and Responsibilities
  4. Manage by stages
  5. Manage by Exception
  6. Focus on Products
  7. Tailor to Suit the Project Environment

The seven themes are:

  1. Business case
  2. Organization
  3. Quality
  4. Plans
  5. Risk
  6. Change
  7. Progress

The seven Processes are

  1. Starting up a Project
  2. Directing a Project
  3. Initiating a Project
  4. Controlling a Stage
  5. Managing Product Delivery
  6. Managing a Stage Boundary
  7. Closing a Project

Agile Strategy

Sensible point from Neil Perkin:

…it struck me as well how much of this is not only about enabling companies to be more agile and flexible, but about moving away from a number of the things that I suspect create a great deal of demoralising frustration amongst employees – the inflexible pursuit of legacy models, an episodic approach to innovation, narrow job roles, rigid planning processes, post strategic-review downsizing and so on.