In Non-Fiction Writing on February 19, 2012 at 18:15
There may come a time where your startup needs to start employing people. You have a viable business model, and you need to take on extra help to make sure that you can deliver the product or service that you offer. However, where do you start with all of the ‘boring’ stuff that you need to do to make employment a fair and equitable experience for those that you choose. Read the rest of this entry »
In Non-Fiction Writing on May 1, 2011 at 13:42
Taking a different stance to some innovation books that are in the marketplace, Adam Jolly had pulled together a handbook of some stature to demonstrate how it is possible to profits from your ideas, knowledge and intellectual property.
The concept of a Knowledge-Based economy is one that will pull us out of the current economic difficulties if you listen to our politicians. It is difficult however to visualise how an individual or organisation can take an intangible such as an idea, and use it to create a product that will provide financial profit. Add to that the belief that there are commercial vultures waiting to swoop in and take that idea from you before you can claim it as your own, and you have the basis of a real problem that needs to be solved.
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