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Kee Jen Wong HP

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Kee Jen Wong of HP has been an employee of Hewlett Packard Enterprise since 2000. After receiving her Bachelor of Business Administration from the National University of Singapore, Kee Jen Wong got a job from HP. She worked at the Japan office for five years and later moved to China and became the China Category Head of Laserjet Printing and Supplies. Kee Jen Wong continued to move up within the company and is currently the Director of Planning and Operations at the Singapore location. She has a vast amount of experience especially with different business models with accessories and display, printers, cloud offerings, and commercial mobility. One of Kee Jen Wong’s major accomplishments at HP is getting the shares to raise twelve points within two years while in China. Kee Jen Wong’s HP focus and dedication to her work is unprecedented.

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How to spread a book on the Internet and social networks?

The cover of a book along with the synopsis or a pdf with a chapter are ways to represent the book digitally. You can upload the pdf on a website or you can share the cover-synopsis on, for example internet and social network, Facebook. However, we must recognize that it is not an especially rich experience. A good representative of the book should offer some dynamism and, above all, complementary information. There is already some interesting solution in the market that offers this, for example the BIC and Book2look widgets

These widgets allow you to see part of the book, include comments, see where you can acquire the work and, very interesting, self-share in social networks and be easily “transportable” to other websites, since the embedding code is made available to any Internet user.

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Exploring Customer Relationships

For a business model of a company to be sustainable, they need to identify what type of relationship they want to have with their customers. Customer relationship concerns how the company communicates with its customers. Consider an example of a private banking firm who targets very wealthy clients. They would manage communications with their clients in a different way to a low-cost bank. The types of relationship the company decides to support is connected with their value proposition and customer segments. Generally, the main types of customer relationships are as follows:• Personal assistance: Customer relationship that is based on human interaction such as face to face, phone, chat, or emails, is a form of personal assistance. Considering the need for trained assistants, this is one of the more expensive ways of customer relationship. Naturally, it will vary depending on the complexity of the issues and if it can be outsourced.• Dedicated personal assistance: This strategy is a mor

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Top 5 Business Skills to Master

1 ) Communication

Communication skills are the most important thing that one should learn when running a business. When you are great in communication you can manipulate people to work upon your decisions. Also, while hiring a candidate for your business, communication skills can help you hire the perfect candidate. Communication with your clients can either make or break your deal. 

2 ) Networking

Networking plays a key part in the growth of your business. The more networks that you have that can help your business, the faster the growth of your business. Networking is the must have skill every businessman should learn. 

3 ) Stress Management

Managing a business is very stressful and requires great stress management skills. There will be many situations where you will have to overcome stress and major disappointments that would require you to manage stress and find the path to a positive outcome. 

  4 ) Talent Sourcing

Running a business cannot be done by a single person it re

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Enterprise Asset Management

Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) is a computerized application that tracks the entire lifecycle of an asset including procurement, commissioning, operations, maintenance and decommissioning. An asset can be an infrastructure, facility, power plant, warehouse, building, stationary equipment, a fleet of moving assets, public utilities, transmission lines, water distribution lines, telecom towers etc.

EAM offers a holistic perspective looking at the asset lifecycle from different angles – capital allocation, running costs and total cost of ownership, project, process, performance, maintenance, risks, compliance, safety, and sustainability. EAM is an enterprise system and thus lays emphasis on a full-service solution, multi-site architecture, and integration with enterprise systems.

EAM facilitates the enterprise to view the asset at different hierarchical levels and helps in seamlessly rolling up the information from individual assets to a system of assets. Such system of assets can be

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