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Saumya Ganguly
My staple diet is impossible projects
My staple diet is impossible projects
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Help Beethoven arrange his masterpieces in today’s #GoogleDoodle

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Basic Gig 
For $5 you will get a comprehensive one-page review report with a rating for each section. I will also calculate a Profile Strength Indicator (PSI). This will give you a good idea of how much effort you need for a profile facelift. The Gig Gallery has a report preview image.

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If the basic report is too skinny for you I would recommend this extra. The Detailed LinkedIn Profile Review Report gives you findings & suggestions for each section. Included are a SWOT analysis & key recommendations. I will also share best practices and tips for each section.

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I can also review and configure your account privacy & settings. Ask me why it is important! But do not order before asking what I would need from you to do this. 

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Have you used Canva and have not signed up for the free Canva for Work account? Feel free to use the link below. If you haven't checked it out then sign up anyway .. and then you can check out the tool. I have used it to make some of my LinkedIn post header images, Facebook post images, Twitter post images ... and presentation slide images.

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I guess you have heard of Canva if you haven't tried it already. Here is a link to register for Canva for work 

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Check out this contest to win free marketing books for summer! There are two days left for the competition this week. You have a chance to win a book by authors like Seth Godin, Simon Sinek, Chris Brogan, and more! So what are you waiting for?

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Cities are slated to be vital entities of the future. Enterprises like IBM and Cisco are investing heavily on Smart City initiatives. But I am not entirely sure what that means for us individuals. I find this The Ohio State University course on TechniCity at Coursera interesting from that perspective. 

About the Course (from the Coursera site):
We are part of the 'TechniCity'. The increasing availability of networks, sensors and mobile technologies allows for new approaches to address the challenges that our cities face. The way we understand cities is undergoing sweeping transformation, right along with the analytical tools we use to design our cities and the communication tools we use to engage people. Absorbing, studying and understanding the role of technology from a critical viewpoint allows us to generate creative ideas for improving our cities.  

This course begins by examining how our cities are changing. We then jump into how technology is used to engage with the public to support decision-making and the creative ways that every-day people are using technology to improve their cities.   Students will be examining tools for analyzing the city. Then we move into exploring the fascinating ways that cities are using real-time, technology. You'll hear from technological innovators and thought leaders about all of these topics. You will get to engage around a topic you are most interested in to create a project in your own city.

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If you are looking for photogenic urban spots and live near Newark, this map would be a good resource. It is the Newark Public Art Map. Go check out the sites 

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I have read discussions on how "project scope" and "product scope" as defined in the PMBOK - especially as they relate to a software project. I have seen clients being open to discuss "project scope" as defined by the PMBOK as long as the "product scope" is not compromised. Defining "product scope" is, however, easier said than done. Here is an attempt to deconstruct scope into components or levers. I would very much appreciate your feedback.Please share your thoughts below the post itself - that would help me consolidate all the comments.

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I have read discussions on how "project scope" and "product scope" as defined in the PMBOK - especially as they relate to a software project. I have seen clients being open to discuss "project scope" as defined by the PMBOK as long as the "product scope" is not compromised. Defining "product scope" is, however, easier said than done. Here is an attempt to deconstruct scope into components or levers. I would very much appreciate your feedback. Please share your thoughts on the post page itself.
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