Tech News: Four Top Technology Degrees for Career Seekers Today

Tech News: Four Top Technology Degrees for Career Seekers Today

The United States has about five million open jobs today, which is more than at any point since 2001. Over half a million of those job openings are in information technology fields like software development, network administration and cybersecurity, many of which did not exist just a decade ago. This article provides an overview of four of the most valuable tech specializations and degree programs available to career seekers today.

Something Brief About SAP Finance Module (Fi) – Part2

Something Brief About SAP Finance Module (Fi) – Part2

Now, we’re going to talk about Creating G/L Accounts…

Something Brief About SAP Finance Module (Fi) – Part1

Something Brief About SAP Finance Module (Fi) – Part1

Tables and its relations and what it is about in SAP. Easy to remember, let’s take a look …

The Strange Case of How The Red Cross Managed to Turn Twitter Disaster Into a Fundraiser: An Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Red Cross

The Strange Case of How The Red Cross Managed to Turn Twitter Disaster Into a Fundraiser: An Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Red Cross

This article, authored by Iana Obolenska-Moran while an MBA student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana, is another installment in a series of articles where MBA students analyze a social media blunder committed by an organization – and how others can learn from their faux pas.

The Strange Case of Epicurious’ Epic Fail: An Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Epicurious

The Strange Case of Epicurious’ Epic Fail: An Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Epicurious

This article, authored by Macy Burke while an MBA student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana, is another installment in a series of articles where current MBA students analyze a social media blunder committed by an organization – and how others can learn from their faux pas.

What You Need to Know About Glassdoor.com: An Executive Roadmap for Social Media Success

What You Need to Know About Glassdoor.com: An Executive Roadmap for Social Media Success

This executive briefing on how organizations can best leverage the Glassdoor social media platform was prepared by McKay Wilkinson while an MBA student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana.

The Strange Case of an Embarrassing Self-promotional Hashtag: An Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Kmart

The Strange Case of an Embarrassing Self-promotional Hashtag: An Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Kmart

This article, authored by McKay Wilkinson while an MBA student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana, is another installment in a series of articles where crack MBA students analyze a social media blunder committed by an organization – and how others can learn from their faux pas.

The Strange Case of Arendelle Takes Norway: An Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Walt Disney World

The Strange Case of Arendelle Takes Norway: An Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Walt Disney World

This article, authored by Kaitlyn Fickle while an MBA student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana, is another installment in a series of articles where current MBA students analyze a social media blunder committed by an organization – and how others can learn from their faux pas.

The Strange Case of Lg’s Failed Mockery of The iPhone: An Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Lg Electronics

The Strange Case of Lg’s Failed Mockery of The iPhone: An Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Lg Electronics

This article, authored by Megan Juneau while an MBA student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana, is another installment in a series of articles where MBA students analyze a social media blunder committed by an organization – and how others can learn from their faux pas.

The Strange Case of Microsoft’s Creative Director, Adam Orth’s Always On—deal with It Controversy:  an Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Microsoft

The Strange Case of Microsoft’s Creative Director, Adam Orth’s Always On—deal with It Controversy: an Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Microsoft

This article authored by James M. Lapeyrouse, while an MBA student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana, is another installment in a series of articles where MBA students analyze a social media blunder committed by an organization-and how others can learn from their faux pas.

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