GBAT Online Tool
Check this out:
Now you can take the GBAT online. Thanks, Michael Lehmkuhl and Electric Pulp.
There is also a German version at:
Thanks, Stefan Voigt.
Can online study courses be far behind? :-)
Whether you guys did this on purpose or not, this is a VERY clever way to get me to blog you, and I, of all people, appreciate clever marketing.
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Guy Kawasaki is the chief evangelist of Canva, an online graphic design tool. Formerly, he was an advisor to the Motorola business unit of Google and chief evangelist of Apple. He is also the author of The Art of Social Media, The Art of the Start, APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur, Enchantment, and nine other books. Kawasaki has a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from UCLA as well as an honorary doctorate from Babson College.
Great little tool
Okay, I agree it’s clever enough, but our organization scored a mere 4 (and only on some items that readers submitted), and the outcome was “Rock the boat”. A little juvenile, I think.
What do you want for free? :-)
This isn’t a Mensa IQ test Scott it’s just a Cosmopolitan business quiz.
CPA Fees for doing your books – $500
Incorporation Fee – $750
Owning your own company with a GBAT score of 0 – Priceless.
The company I work for got a 25 – what should I do?
I like the little AJAX test thingy. Very interesting. I got a 1 (we have a few chiefs)
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It is not your score that is important, it is what you do next that counts.
Guy and Michael sitting in a tree
In a recent post, Guy Kawasaki lays out some indicators to help determine if your company is spinning down the path of bozofication. Apparently, the indicators werent good enough for our man Michael [ep], who turned it into a Ajaxified calculat…
In a recent post, Guy Kawasaki lays out some indicators to help determine if your company is spinning down the path of bozofication.
[ep] is a small company, but one or two of those indicators are a little more familiar than I would have hoped. The po…
I just translated it into a Malaysian version.
please check it here…
I hope this wasn’t an example of how to design a user interface for say … *anything*.
Yes its interactive, yes its web2.0, yes its AJAX, yes its awful.