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5 Tips for More Effective PowerPoint Presentations

Whether you work as a consultant or another position in the business world, chances are you have worked with PowerPoint slides. In fact, for many professionals, PowerPoint presentations are essential… Read More

Hiring a Consultant? Don’t Make These 3 Common Recruiting Mistakes

Managing the recruitment process is a big responsibility. But certain decisions can increase the odds of finding the right candidate, saving everyone time and money. Here are three mistakes to… Read More

4 Tips for Conducting an Effective Virtual Interview

Virtual interviews are on the rise. They are a simple and flexible way for clients to interview candidates from almost anywhere there is an Internet connection. Here are answers to… Read More

Success Story: Muhammad Anees

Zintro expert Muhammad Anees is a statistical consultant and econometric advisor. He currently teaches at the first QS-rated university in Pakistan and online at his eLearning portal. After earning an… Read More

College Enrollment Down for Second Year- Part 2

In a previous post, Zintro experts weighed in on the U.S. Census Bureau announcement that total college enrollment dropped 2.3 percent in 2013– a decline of 463,000 students. We received… Read More

College Enrollment Down for Second Year

Student enrollment at colleges and universities in the U.S. declined in 2013 for the second year in a row. The U.S. Census Bureau announced last week that total enrollment dropped… Read More

AAP Wants Later School Start Time for Teens

Concerned about the lack of sleep among teenagers in the U.S., the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has called for secondary schools to begin later, not starting until at least… Read More

The Fate of Publishing Companies as Schools Shun Textbooks

Textbook publishing, currently a $7 billion industry, has been greatly affected by the many changes made over the last decade to the way teachers instruct children in the classroom. Recently… Read More

Tech Intervention Program Trains Teens to Code

URBAN Teens exploring Technology (URBAN TxT) is a Los Angeles program that teaches minority teens how to code (HTML, CSS, and Javascript) with tools such as Codeacademy. The goal is… Read More

Will New Feature Make Online Training More Efficient Or Discourage Users?

Mindflash, an online training technology company, recently announced a feature called FocusAssist for iPads. The tool tracks the user’s eyes through the camera and when it senses that they have… Read More

When The World is At Your Fingertips…It Can Get Pretty Heavy

High school graduates are under more pressure than ever to pursue majors they believe will lead to lucrative jobs in the workforce. As the frequency with which students deliberately choose… Read More

Will Automated Grading Systems Replace Professors?

EdX, the not-for-profit Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology founded in order to provide free and interactive online learning experience, will introduce its automated essay scoring software, which… Read More

Public health experts address issues related to children

We asked public health professionals from around the globe to offer up their most pressing public health issues. Many responded with incredible depth and insight on a variety of issues…. Read More

Zintro expert thoughts on the US education sector

Whether public, private or charter, elementary and secondary education delivery in the US is facing challenges and opportunity. We asked Zintro education professionals what trends they see happening and their… Read More

Management Games and Their Impact In Business Schools

Business schools worldwide, have been competing for the past couple of decades, in order to maintain their MBA ranking and the integration of many multilevel management games had a major… Read More

The Pathophysiology and Treatment of Physician Burnout

In my work with over stressed physicians I have noticed a consistent misunderstanding of the pathophysiology of burnout – the hidden methods burnout uses to sap your energy and steal… Read More