It seems that I always get nostalgic about my school days when September rolls around. And while my da ys of buying binders and highlighters may be over, who says my learning has to be?
There are so many online eaccessible to so many more people, regardless o f location or budget, making them a great resource for small businesses.
ducation providers these days - ther e's even one called Lynda.com! These organizations are making higher education
The education pro viders listed belo w offer courses related to running a successful start-up, generating amazing entrepreneurial ideas, and management strategy for growing companies.
And the best part? They're free!
Coursera delivers 406 different courses to over 4 million users, with Global Partners such as Yale and Brown University. The courses are taught in 7 different languages and cover topics such as Business, Computer Science, Economics, Art, and Math. Here's a course you may be interested in looking into:
Developing Innovative Ideas for New Companies: The 1st Step in Entrepreneurship
Udacity also provides free, online higher education to over 1.5 million users on Business, Computer Science, Design, Mathematics, and Science. Udacity prides itself on keeping lectures bite-sized and engaging students in highly active, project-based exercises. You may be interested in this course:
How to Build a Startup
3. Open 2 Study
Open 2 Study is an Australian based, online education provider teaching Business, Fiorganization targets a large audience from people who are curious about online learning for fun to those who are looking to build professional skills. Here are two self-paced courses I thought you might want to check out:
nance, Science, Arts, and Humanities to over 20,000 users. This
Management for a Competitive Edge
User Experience for the Web (WebUX)
I hope you have time to check out some online courses this fall, even for fun. Maybe this is even something that you could do as a group at work to learn new skills and grow as a team.
Feel free to tweet at me @MethodCRM - I would love to hear how you’re continuing your learning this fall!
Until next time,