Wednesday, July 28, 2010

July 25, 2010 Edition

Welcome to the July 25, 2010 of Corporate Vigilance presenting an array of opinions, instruction, and helpful information as it relates to business and personal finance.

nissim ziv presents Resume Objective Examples ? 15 Top Resume Objectives Examples posted at Job Interview Guide, saying, "Writing a resume is challenging. You have to work hard on every phrase to effectively describe your achievements, skills, strengths and most importantly your resume objectives statement."

Milton Berlinger55 presents 17 Public Administration Infographics Everyone Should See posted at Master of Public Administration, saying, "Public administration is a large and complicated field. Here are some great infographics that look at the costs, taxes, and legislation with regards to public policy."

Stuart Corrigan presents How To Map A Process posted at Vanguard Scotland, saying, "Management Tips and advice for the optimisation of your organsation. Improve service, reduce costs and boost morale quickly and easily."

Self Improvement presents Relationship Marketing posted at Pinnacle Plans blogs.

Guru presents 25 things that you need to know to host successful events posted at Eventzilla Blog, saying, "Welcome to Eventzilla's Blog. Eventzilla is an inexpensive online event registration and ticketing solution for events.

Mark Davies presents Good, Better, Best: 40 Great Articles on How to Motivate Your Top Talent posted at Online Masters Degree, saying, "Everyone wants to feel appreciated, to feel as if they are contributing, and to experience professional growth. These are 40 excellent articles we have found from around the Web about strategies for motivating this crucial portion of your workforce."

Sig presents The DMV, Part Deux - Logic's Revenge posted at Zen and Mountain Biking, saying, "Why the Ca DMV should be privatized, part 2, a rant"

Hussein Sumar presents What is and How to Interpret the Price/Earnings Ratio posted at Dividend Stocks, saying, "Price to Earnings ratio is a valuation model used to determine how expensive or cheap a stock is trading for. The P/E ratio is a model for valuing a company's performance because it compares current stock price divided by the company's earnings per share."

Jeff Reed presents Kevin Trudeau Free Money Book posted at Jeff and Sharon Reed.

Ian Lurie presents 9 stupid things a CMO did today posted at Conversation Marketing: Internet Marketing with a Twist of Lemon.

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