If a person is creative in business planning & strategy what is the ideal job for them. Not looking for career in advertising or graphic designing. More like a creative consultant? Are there jobs available for such people?
Is there a particular form of education that can be recommended before pursuing such a career?
I am a future economics major, moving on to law school, but I need a part-time job to work my way through it, and frankly, i'm tired of working at a grocery store. Any ideas on part-time jobs that an economics degree could help with?
Please give a description that entails what comes with the job and how much the annual average salary is. Thank you!
I have a BS in Management Information Systems but the position I hold not isn't really teaching me nothing new. I am planning on getting my MBA but I want to make sure I will be qualified to get a good job. What do you think?
You have been appointed as a consultant for a Company dealing in household and electrical appliances aspiring to expand the product mix. The managing director has asked you to review the product strategy and give your recommendations. You have to give a presentation to the marketing department of the company. Develop a three page typed proposal to discuss with marketing team.
I want to goodbye my job and want to start consulting as a freelancer but I didn't know about consulting.Plz answer me for how to start consulting as a freelancer.
Or do they want to bring America to ruin - in order to blame Obama for it - then perhaps they will win the next election? Is that strategy obvious to everyone yet?
I can't find my original resume, and I've been out of the job market for 7 years. I need part-time work during my son's school hours. Help!
Can anyone suggest a job they have, or have heard of people they know who have jobs that allow extensive travelling? I'm a software engineer at a bank and am looking to change career. Few ideas I have are management consultant companies, e.g. McKinsey. or helping out with my family business attending art auctions at various locations. Obviously McKinsey isn't an easy company to get in, and possibly won't give me enough personal time to do my own thing while travelling. Any ideas are welcome!
I am a writer and looking to start a freelance career. I have been published before, but I am trying to make writing a full time job. Any suggestions?
I am considering this as a career, and I am curious what the job duties are and whether it is a rewarding job.
Any job seems a little elusive until you've actually worked in it. I understand in general terms what brand consultancy/brand strategy is all about, and it appeals to me as a career - but what does it *actually* involve on a daily basis? And what are the best bits, the exciting bits, the challenging bits, the boring bits, the frustrating bits? What is the timescale of a typical project and how is it carried out? And what kind of people make the best brand consultants/strategists?
I love travel, and, although not truly multilingual, I can get by in two other langauges.
The most common question that you get asked by a recruitment consultant when you are about to look for a new job is "What is your current salary like?". Should I be doing that? In either case, I am not going to accept a job offer below the market rate for the new role BUT if I don't disclose my pay, do I stand a better chance of being offered better paying roles?
I always thought a career in advertising would be awesome, but I don't exactly know what advertisers for big firms do. I was wondering what their jobs included and other information like that. Also, is the salary good? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
And where is the best place to be one? Im super interested. Is it a really hard job? Is there a lot of stress?
How can I start a successful tutu making business. I am 16 years old, and I figure skate, so I need to make $466 dollars to pay for coaching( my parents will help me with the other half because we pay $800 dollars each month, and my parents told me that I need to pull my weight.)
So far, I got a job as a freelance writer, but I don't make what I need to make.
So the question is: how can I sell 5 tutus for $90 each month. How can I start a successful online store.
I need to sell 5 tutus; how can I accomplish this?
How can organizations help employees self-manage their own
careers? How can managers do a better job of responding to
the special needs of workers in their early, middle and late
career stages? What strategies exist for dealing with
workers who have reached a “plateau”?
I've been working at my current job for over 5 years, it is a small business, one owner, a couple of workers and myself as the only office staff (name it , I do it). However due to lack of growth and low pay I have come to the conclusion that I have to move on to find something that fits me better. I am a college graduate and have to put the degree to use, but in doing so I need to leave so that I can active and aggressively pursue another job. So what's the best way to break the news to my employer?, I plan to give him a month's notice.
Would really appreciate your input regarding this. I work in PR and am in negotiations with a client whose predominant skill sets like business performance enhancement. She has a forty year career in sales, and her techniques, observations and seminars claim to enhance the performance of a company's workforce treble fold. Businesses have noticed radical performance improvements from their employees after hiring her as a consultant and she has forged a hugely successful career visiting different companies and advising them on how to break with useless coventions, introduce new techniques, reinvigorate a latent workforce - all with the objective to harness the very best from their employees. I'm trying to think of unique PR / publicity opportunities for her - aside from national and trade press, business TV and radio, etc. what inventive and imaginative PR opportunities do you think could be applied to her publicity strategy?
Thank you so much in advance, this has been evading me.