Song About Eating Healthy
It is 3D animation of healthy foods singing about eating healthy. It also tells how all the foods came from the Sun, therefore the title of the song is "Put a Little Sunshine in Your Mouth."
How to Add Mixed Numbers
This is a slideshow presentation about adding mixed numbers. It is a presentation of how a 5th grade class and their examples of adding mixed numbers. It is set to peaceful music, and provides facts to remember when adding mixed numbers.
William Faulkner's Nobel Prize Speech Read by William Faulkner
This is an excerpt of William Faulkner's legendary Nobel Prize speech from 1950. The video itself is just a picture of Faulkner at the Nobel Prize banquet but his reading of this famous speech itself is very interesting.
How to Prepare a Speech
How to Prepare a Speech. Part of the series: Teaching English. When preparing a speech, research important facts or statistics to capture the attention of the audience, and practice speaking in front of people to improve your delivery. Focus on the crowd as a...
50 States and Capitals (cartoon song)
This video is a great song that can help students learn the 50 states and capitals. The song is very catchy and the cartoon character is very entertaining.
50 States Song
The Animaniacs sing the 50 states in a catchy tune where a child can almost easily learn them.
Circle Time Activities Song (One to Five)
In this video a woman teaches a song to young children about counting to five. This would be a cute song for teachers to learn and use during circle time (1:29).
As recession fears intensify, is India a safe haven?
"India is not simply setting new standards on trade, investment and economic terms, it’s also emerging as a genuinely influential player in many of the big global policy issues that we are all talking about at the moment – climate change and energy sustainability, WTO (World Trade Organisation), and global corporate responsibility; because some of the Indian companies are models in this respect, and – the more interesting – because of their different origin." This is according to Helen A
‘Leave no stones unturned’: due diligence in China’s private equity market
China’s budding private equity industry is booming, with new firms springing up every other day to tap the country’s vast economic potential. But even as competition for deals heats up, investment firms should be wary about being too hasty in concluding their corporate due diligence.
What Is the Work Environment for a Journalist?
The work environment for a journalist used to involve sitting down
at a desk or working in the press room, but journalists are
increasingly working remotely. Discover how modern journalists often
have deadlines throughout the day with help from a journalism professor in this video.
What Is It Like to Be a Reporter?
Reporters have to meet a lot of deadlines and spend a lot of late
nights, but the profession is rewarding, as well. Learn about the
different perks of being a reporter from a journalism professor in this video.
How to Become a Fashion Journalist
In order to become a fashion journalist, a person must have
expertise in both journalism and the fashion industry. Discover why most fashion journalists have to work for national publications or Web sites from a journalism professor in this video clip.
Mergers and acquisitions: Reducing the private firm discount
Owners of private companies normally sell their shares at a 20-30 per cent discount during mergers and acquisitions. The private firm discount is one reason the stock market reacts more favorably when companies announce a private acquisition than whenthe target is a publicly-listed firm.
From the buyers point of view, says INSEAD Associate Professor of Strategy Laurence Capron, the discount reflects a presumed higher risk associated with the value of private assets due t
Innovation: Using externally-oriented or 'X' teams can prove a winning strategy
Good teams can often fail when it comes to innovation. That’s the message from a new book by INSEAD Assistant Professor Henrik Bresman and MIT Professor Deborah Ancona. The reason such teams fail is not because of a lack of talent or they can’t work together, but because they don’t take into account external stakeholders and conditions.
Business schools and the crisis
I have heard from a lot of people in the past month. Many of them ask me about the job market for our MBAs, our endowment, our executive education business and about our alumni whose jobs are at risk. But there are some who ask what are you doing about this? What is your role now and in the future as a business school?
The new deal at the top
"Most companies have key managers reporting directly to the CEO on a one-to-one basis, with responsibility for their units or regions," says Yves Doz, who holds the Timken chair in Global Technology and Innovation at INSEAD. The Professor of Business Policy says the result is that "the businesses or regions tend to behave in an autonomous fashion similar to the way a baron would manage his fiefdom."
A winning combination: sales and marketing
The great divide between sales and marketing has been exacerbated by the recession, and the marketing camp seems to be losing the good fight.
Gucci: In the business of selling 'dreams'
As many look to cut costs to cope with the worsening economic downturn, you would expect consumer spending patterns to be adversely affected, with the luxury goods segment being one of the hardest hit.
Not so according to Robert Polet, chairman of the Gucci Group. While he agrees that consumer psyche vis-à-vis buying behaviour has taken a hit, he believes that his company is in the business of selling dreams – and you can’t put a price tag on a dream.
The Momentum Effect: Mobilising brainpower for efficient growth
INSEAD professor Jean-Claude Larréché reveals the secret to delivering growth that is both efficient and sustainable.
Marketing: How behaviour prediction can help reinforce or break habits
Human beings are creatures of habit. Many of our actions are repetitive and require little conscious thought or effort. However, by predicting our behavior we can actually reinforce good habits and break bad ones, says INSEAD Assistant Professor of Marketing Pierre Chandon.