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Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell
This is basically a 1 day product ownership course compressed into 15 minute animated presentation. There's obviously more to product ownership than this, so see this is a high level summary. For translated versions & translation guide, see http://blog.crisp.se/2012/10/25/henrikkniberg/agile-product-ownership-in-a-nutshell Special thanks to Alistair Cockburn, Tom & Mary Poppendieck, Jeff Patton, Ron Jeffries, Jeff Sutherland, and Michael Dubakov for providing many of the models, metaphors, and ideas that I use in this presentation. Download the complete drawing here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ph3spbc3evgoh3m/PO-in-a-nutshell.png Downloadable version of the video here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/h3fzydsss7sgqjd/PO-in-a-nutshell.mov PS: The intro & outtro song is just me jamming in my home studio. I bought a cool half-acoustic guitar a few months ago and was looking for an excuse to make use of it :o) Tools used: Artrage (drawing program), Wacom Intuos 5 (drawing tablet), Screenflow (screen & audio capture).
Views: 1911994 Henrik Kniberg
B2C vs B2B: The Basics
http://www.proformablog.com/b2c-vs-b2b-marketing-the-basics/ There are two basic types of selling and advertising: Business-to-Consumer (B2C) and Business-to-Business (B2B). Whether you are selling shoes, potato chips, or vending machines, there are factors that you need to consider when selling or advertising your product. Today I'll cover some of the basic factors regarding both B2C and B2B selling, and as a bonus, I'll point out a few similarities and differences between the two. So as they say, onward and upward: Business to Consumer (B2C) -Product Driven -Large Target Market -Single-Step Buying Process -Brand Identity Built on Repetition & Imagery -Emotional Buying Process Business to Business (B2B) -Relationship Driven -Small Target Market -Multi-Step Buying Process -Brand Identity Built on Relationships -Rational Buying Process Some ways they are similar: -Both involve a sales process. -Both rely on good Customer Service -Both need to a clear, aligned message in your Marketing/Advertising Some ways they are different: -Product Driven (B2C) vs Relationship Driven (B2B) -Emotional (B2C) vs Rational (B2B) buying process -One-off (B2C) vs Relationship (B2B) selling So hopefully that gives you a basic look at B2C vs B2B selling and advertising. My recommendation is that no matter what you are selling, try to use the similarities and differences to your advantage when creating your message. Selling B2B is trickier as you need to really hit on relationships and service, but you can work emotion into your messaging. Remember that buildings don't buy things -- people do, and if you can find a target market for your B2B product, your advertising efforts can be more focused, and can result in more sales. So please leave a comment, let me know if you'd like to see more information regarding B2C or B2B advertising, and I hope you have a great day...and happy holidays! Until next time, Tom Zobel
Views: 30247 proforma
02-4/5: Product/Service Orientation
Open vs closed innovation; Chapters: 00:00 - Groups presentations; 06:00 - Product/service orientation; 07:45 - Product life cycle; 09:30 - Strategies of service design; 10:15 - Designing a PSS; 11:45 - Jakob on PSS; 20:30 - Exercise;
Views: 234 DTUdk
Investment and consumption | GDP: Measuring national income | Macroeconomics | Khan Academy
Difference between every day and economic notions of investment and consumption Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain/macroeconomics/gdp-topic/GDP-components-tutorial/v/income-and-expenditure-views-of-gdp?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=macroeconomics Missed the previous lesson? https://www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain/macroeconomics/gdp-topic/circular-econ-gdp-tutorial/v/more-on-final-and-intermediate-gdp-contributions?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=macroeconomics Macroeconomics on Khan Academy: Topics covered in a traditional college level introductory macroeconomics course About Khan Academy: Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. We've also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to Khan Academy's Macroeconomics channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBytY7pnP0GAHB3C8vDeXvg Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
Views: 317963 Khan Academy
Data Driven Decisions - Ben Curren
Making well-informed decisions in a timely manner is what separates the winners from the losers, when it comes to running a business. In the last 5 years, we've seen a significant reduction in the cost and complexity involved in collecting and analyzing the usage data emitted from our web products. You will significantly increase your chances of building a successful business by leveraging this data properly. In this presentation you will learn how Outright.com built a culture that relies on data to quickly make decisions and learn at a faster rate than our competitors. ABOUT BEN Ben Curren is an entrepreneur and technologist with the passion to create disruptive products that improve the lives of small businesses. He currently is the Founder and CTO of Outright.com which helps over 150,000 business effortlessly manage their finances.
Views: 3196 Gaslight
Customer Centricity Essentials
Professor Peter Fader covered the topic of customer centricity at the Wharton MBA Reunion 2012, including how the strategy can help a company gain competitive advantage versus product-centered companies, how to calculate the real worth of customers and why customer relationship management has lost its way.
Views: 2639 Wharton Magazine
9 Laws of Systems Engineering
Systems engineering is becoming increasingly important in today's business world. Even in businesses and industries where the term "systems engineering" is unknown, the need for someone to guide the overall design and maintenance of business products and processes is becoming apparent. Business cannot afford to develop products that won't meet their customers' needs or implement processes that will not "plug into" their business needs. The job of the systems engineer (with or without that title) is to see that products and processes hit their targets. Meeting customer needs and improving the quality of their own business processes is critical. Sound systems thinking and systems engineering is governed by nine foundational truths or laws of systems engineering.
Views: 44021 VitechCorp
Small Business Tips Video #20 - Define Your Customer Base First
http://greatbusinesscontent.com Define your client base before setting up your small business. Bret Tuck of Edely's Bar-B-Que knows his client base and built his restaurant around their needs and wants. Created by GreatBusinessContent, this small business tip is designed to help small business owners make fewer mistakes. Define Your Customer Base First What comes first, the chicken or the egg? Applied to small business; What comes first the product or the customer? Have you seen a product and thought "Wow, what a great idea, of course, why didn't anybody think of that before? Somebody's gonna get rich"! My guess is the development of that product was no accident. The developer may have had a feeling that this new product would market well, but at this point it was only an idea. The critical thing to find out is who wants or needs this product. Bret Tuck, of Edely's Bar -- B -- Que in Nashville Tennessee, knew the client base he wanted to market to. Their restaurant is located on a 1 mile long stretch of shops, music stores, and other restaurants. Even though they do pull customers from all over the Nashville area, the primary customer base is from the local neighborhood. Where Bret and his partner shine is by developing a menu that appeals to not only location but age demographics as well. The menu is priced to allow family's, seniors, and local college students to be able to afford a quality meal. Note that these different customers typically visit a restaurant at different serving times. Bret's intention is to keep more seats full during serving hours. Bret told me " I think that's where a lot of restaurants get into trouble, they either shoot for the high end fine dining where price is a problem, or they go after low end fast foods where quality is the issue." Developing the perfect menu, product or service needs to be customer driven first. You may know who you would like as a customer base, but will that same customer base buy the product or service you would like to provide. It's important to do some research first. Develop an "Avatar" a composite of who your customer is. Then go find some of those people and just ask them what they think about your product, heck, invite them to a bar --b-que at your house! Steve Freeman, owner of Great Business Content, LLC, has started and run two businesses. Having lived 8 years on a sailboat in the Caribbean has changed Steve's perspective on how to run a life and a business. Steve believes balance is the key, and using a holistic approach to both is best.
Views: 332 Steve Freeman
Philip Kotler: Marketing
America knows how to market itself, its products, and its ideas. For better or for worse, for richer or poorer, American marketing creativity, power, and prestige influence consumers the world over. Philip Kotler, best known for the marketing principle of the four Ps—product, price, promotion, and place—takes us on a guided tour of American marketing, including its origins and trends, its relationship to economics, and its criticisms. His talk will include examples of exemplary marketing. Kotler is professor of marketing at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, and his textbooks serve as the basis for graduate business programs worldwide. Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/C9F6/
Data Driven Architecture
A Start to a Descriptive process video showing the a new form of architectural process.
Views: 1681 Zach Soflin
Greenheck Louvers - AMCA 500-L Water Penetration vs. Wind Driven Rain Test
Wind-Driven Rain Extruded Louvers - http://www.greenheck.com/products/detail/78 AMCA 500-L has two very different procedures relative to weather simulation for louver products. The AMCA 500-L test for Water Penetration simulates rain falling straight down in front of a louver at a rate of 4 inches per hour with a fan behind attempting to pull the water through the louver. The free area velocity up to 1250 feet per minute where only 0.01 ounces of water per square foot of louver free area is measurable is considered the Beginning Point of Water Penetration. Conventional louvers like the Greenheck ESJ or ESK series typically have a Beginning Point of Water Penetration around 700 feet per minute free area intake velocity. Conventional drainable blade louvers like the Greenheck ESD series typically have velocities at Beginning Point of Water Penetration in excess of 1000 feet per minute free area intake velocity. Conventional non-drainable or drainable blade louvers perform well in most applications, however; they lend very little defense against wind-driven rain. For this reason it is critical that building designers ensure provisions to manage water penetration even if the louvers are sized well below the velocity at the Beginning Point of Water Penetration. When provisions to manage weather are more limited Greenheck recommends the application of wind-driven rain style louvers such as our EHH or EVH series. The AMCA 500-L test for Wind-Driven rain is considerably more dynamic. The Wind-Driven Rain test simulates external wind speeds of 29 or 50 MPH while spraying water directly at the face of the louver at a rate of 3 or 8 inches per hour. 3 inches occurs at 29 MPH and 8 inches occurs at 50 MPH. Behind the louver is a fan attempting to pull the wind-driven rain through the louver. At specific escalating inlet velocity points the product is judged with a letter grade rating of A, B, C or D. Class A is defined as 99% effectiveness or greater. Class D is defined as less than 80% effective. Horizontal blade wind-driven rain louvers like the Greenheck EHH-601 provide excellent defense against wind-driven rain. Greenheck EHH-601 maintains Class A wind-driven rain performance up to 1391 feet per minute free area intake velocity during the 29 mile per hour 3 inch rain per hour test. During the 50 mile per hour 8 inch rain per hour test EHH-601 maintains Class A wind-driven rain performance up to 1232 feet per minute free area intake velocity. For maximum defense against wind-driven rain, Greenheck recommends vertical blade louvers like the Greenheck EVH-602. Greenheck EVH-602 maintains Class A wind-driven rain performance up to 2030 feet per minute free area intake velocity during both the 29 mile per hour 3 inch rain per hour test and the 50 mile per hour 8 inch rain per hour test. For more information about the AMCA 500-L tests for Water Penetration and Wind-Driven Rain or Greenhecks' industry leading line of performance louver products please consult your local Greenheck representative or visit us at www.greenheck.com.
Views: 8615 Greenheck
The Circular Flow Model of a Market Economy
By this point in your course you may have learned the definition of a market: A place where buyers and sellers meet to engage in mutually beneficial exchanges. But what is a market economy? Two basic types of markets exist in any market economy: resource markets and product markets. The exchanges that take place in these markets benefit both the households and the firms that engage in exchanges. This lesson will introduce the circular flow of money, resources and goods and services in a market economy. We will examine how resources flow from households to firms, and goods and services from firms to households. We will also seek to explain why individuals are willing to engage in the exchanges that characterize the market system. Want to learn more about economics, or just be ready for an upcoming quiz, test or end of year exam? Jason Welker is available for tutoring, IB internal assessment and extended essay support, and other services to support economics students and teachers. Learn more here! http://econclassroom.com/?page_id=5870
Views: 344817 Jason Welker
Autodesk Fabrication CAMduct 2013: Product Overview
Autodesk® Fabrication CAMduct™ software helps to control the production line of ductwork manufacturers. Fabrication CAMduct uses comprehensive libraries of parametric fixtures and fittings, which are driven by industry- or user-defined pressure-classes. www.autodesk.com/camduct
People Process and Product
In all organizations there are three important resources needed to be a success. They are People Process and Product! Watch this video to learn more about using these resources to make a company better. http://www.prioritylearningresearch.com
Views: 5623 Priority Learning
Assembly Animation: GeoPro with Driven Posts + Modules in Landscape
Cutting-edge structural engineering and product design means lower cost in utility-scale and commercial projects, and that is exactly what SunLink's GeoPro with driven post and modules-in-landscape delivers. The system offers maximum racking flexibility, efficient design and ease of assembly which translate into significant savings. SunLink PowerCare offers the complete range of installation services including geotechnical surveys, post installation, mechanical installation, prepanelization and module installation.
Views: 2388 SunLink4Solar
Rethinking Centricity: Moving Past Products and Focusing on Engagement
Join Shaun Randall, Director of Customer Lifecycle of Rogers Communications, and Ben Salmon, Global Solutions Owner of Marketing and Customer Interaction Solutions at Pitney Bowes Software—in an open dialogue about how smart communications executives are providing better customer experiences as a key differentiator. This webinar will discuss how turning efforts from campaign management in a product-centric marketing model to a customer-centric engagement and dialogue-focused approach can improve retention and win over customers—even from the competition.
Views: 215 Pitney Bowes
Susan Wojcicki, VP Product Management @ Google -- What's Next in Marketing
Susan Wojcicki (Class of '98) speaking at a UCLA Anderson Expert Panel Discussion on the future of Marketing. Event was held on Thursday, February 16th, 2012 at Google.
Views: 181 EM Marketing
Innovation Driven by Voice-of-the-Customer
A satisfied customer equals customer loyalty and ongoing business. How are you gathering customer feedback and analyzing responses to implement impactful changes? In this episode, Dr. Stephen Dyer talks with Stacey Rhodes about innovation driven by the voice of the customer. Dr. Dyer gives insight into a method that improves the process of gathering and interpreting customer feedback to spur innovation and help sustain your customer base.
Views: 1611 ATKPAS
Cheap Samsung Phones Cellular Country - Nokia vs. Samsung
Cheap Samsung Phones at www.cellularcountry.com/used-cell-phones/samsung. Nokia phones vs Cheap Samsung Phones. What's better? From Finland, Nokia existed with the reputation of the leading contender since time immemorial. South Korea's #CheapSamsungPhones rushed into the mobile industry like the wind, but has been making quite an impact to consumers. For an exclusive coupon code, click the YouTube icon on the bottom of http://www.cellularcountry.com/. ------------------------------------------------- Cheap Samsung Phones Cellular Country - Nokia vs. Samsung TRANSCRIPT Nokia's Strategy in India • Expand mobile voice • Drive consumer multimedia • Bring extended mobility to enterprises • Clearly defined objectives and goals • Right timing of decisions • Determination and risk taking • Foreseeing and using rising market opportunities • Creating the future Samsung Strategy in India • Aggressively hawking flip-tops and clamshells with polyphonic ring tones and colour screens. • Nationwide distributor and retail presence in the domestic consumer durables market. • Samsung has been associated with the Lakme India Fashion Week (LIFW) for its Mobile Phones. The Company used the LIFW-2005 as a platform to launch its D-500, World's Best Mobile Phone in the Indian market. • Set up a handset manufacturing facility in India What is SWOT Analysis • It is a non-financial planning tool. • It links the analysis in terms of advantages and disadvantages; and the internal and external business environment (in a matrix format). • The Strengths and Weaknesses are defined by measures such as market share, loyal customers, level of customer satisfaction and product quality. • Opportunities are new potential areas for business in the future, such as new markets, or new conditions in existing markets. • Threats describe how the competition, new technology, or other factors in the business environment may affect the business's development. Three stages of a SWOT analysis 1. Identify. 2. Draw conclusions. 3. Translate into strategic action. SWOT Analysis On Samsung and Nokia Strengths of Cheap Samsung Phones • Samsung "catches the pulse of the consumer; [offers] good designs; understands Emotions • Invested heavily in technology, product design, and human resources • Focusing on innovative products for the high-end market. • Samsung can go from new product concept to rollout in five months • Round-the-clock assembly line for ideas and profits • Innovation and design is then balanced with durability and quality • Strength of the corporate brand. • Complexity improves its Competitive position • Design, the branding and the technology • Backwards compatibility - protection from a Japanese onslaught • Lending personality to its products (fashion statement) • Effective advertisement and market communication • Not only a tool for business but being an item of everyday convenience Weaknesses of Samsung • Not understanding the customers' needs and pro actively coming out with newer models • Lack in product differentiation as compared to competitors like Nokia and Motorola • Focusing on mass market instead of niche markets • Different models at different price points • Not very user friendly designs as compared to Sony Eriksson and Nokia Weakness of Nokia • Lapse has opened up space for smaller competitors • Potential threat from Microsoft's entry into mobile telephony • Ericsson- king of wireless infrastructure • Design to market takes more time Opportunities of Samsung • Distinguish its service from competitors. • Offer product variations • Demand for cell phones driven by the service providers or carriers • Tie up with service providers • Lowering the price of a phone by just $20 in many countries could increase its affordability by 43%.(As per a study report) Opportunities of Nokia • Highest growth in markets such as China and Latin America • Feature-loaded phones to act as an offset • Providing value at a reasonable lifetime cost • Life style marketing and segmentation • Building a worldwide supplier network • Preempting competitors in critical markets • Managing competitive interaction Threats of Samsung • Motorola's dominance in the U.S, Nokia's popularity in the European market, controlling more than half of the world market • Aggressive competitors, including Sony, Ericsson, and Siemens eating into its share. • Not keeping track of the new trends in the market • Not an accessory and fashion statement Threats of Nokia • Biggest threat - "complacency" • "Inflection point" - a disruptive technological change • New competitors with different skills and potent brands challenge • 3G will increasing competition between suppliers • Cheaper midrange models from Motorola and others -------------------------------------------------- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_NNE4dZngg
Views: 1304 byCellularCountry
TD34T Product Video | TrackDrive Cherry Picker from Niftylift
http://www.niftylift.com/usa/products/track-drive-access-platforms/td34t-track-drive-access-platform The TD34T access platform offers an impressive working envelope from a compact base with outstanding traction. The TD34T access platform delivers 60% gradeability with excellent traction on steep or rough terrain. Weight-saving design means that site to site transportation is more economical and the TD34T access platform is also more efficient, allowing it to work for longer while using less fuel. Also available are rubber-free urethane tracks, the TD34T access platform is ideal for internal or clean applications, increasing the number of locations that the TD34T access platform can work, greatly improving its utilization.
Views: 5979 Niftylift
Product Strategy and Architecture - Adaptive Networking Event
Its best practice to have Product Managers pursue strong market research but how can they factor in technial architecture input before drawing up roadmaps? Should engineering have a reserved quota for "architecture" features in every release or sprint? Get these and other questions answered candidly from Mr. Rahul Abhyankar, a real life practitioner who has helped launch technology driven roadmaps successfully in the marketplace and have struck a balance between market research and technical capabilities in productizing innovation.
Views: 120 adaptivemarketing1
Siemens PLM Software Teamcenter - Systems Engineering Requirements Management
Teamcenter 9 offers new solutions across your product's lifecycle, most significantly to improve upfront product planning and downstream product support. To improve product planning, Teamcenter's systems engineering solution provides new systems modeling and design capabilities, integrated with requirements management and traceability.
Views: 5907 cards PLM Solutions
Nike: Find Your Greatness
Nike's 2012 "Find Your Greatness" campaign. Bravo!
Views: 4455257 Tom Crimmins
Design and Test Integration : IMS 2012 Keynote
Dr. Mark Pierpoint delivers the IMS2012 MicroApps Keynote address: As global competition increases, the need to produce the next state-of-the-art product faster has driven changes in how EDA and test instrumentation work together. Gone are the days when a design could be thrown over the wall to production. The next generation of communications protocols have barely been labeled "standards" when products using them have hit the streets. To produce better communications products faster requires that the line between EDA and test be blurred and new synergies between them created. Dr. Pierpoint is the Vice President and General Manager of Agilent's Software and Modular Solutions Division and leads Agilent's effort to improve the methods designers follow to bring a system from "idea" to "reality." Agilent's methods for closing the gaps between design, validation and final manufacturing test by tightly integrating design software with systems for performing highly accurate measurement and test will be covered. Examples of improvements will be shown in the areas of Wireless architecture and algorithmic development, and A/D system architecture and scenario analysis and, in one of the first areas where EDA meets measurement, device modeling, including an update on NeuroFET and X-parameter developments.
Views: 600 AgilentRFWorkflow
The History Of Driven Racing Oil™
Driven Racing Oil™ was born out of necessity at Joe Gibbs Racing in the late 1990s when the team noticed a need for much stronger oil in its racing engines. Race wins and championships throughout the motorsports world followed. In this video Lake Speed, Jr., Certified Lubrication Specialist at Driven, and Mark Cronquist, Chief Engine Builder at JGR, discuss the history of the oil and the evolution of the Driven product line.
Views: 2351 Driven Racing Oil
NX CAD/CAM/CAE - Product Development Productivity Redefined
NX CAD/CAM/CAE - Product Development Productivity Redefined http://www.AppliedCAx.com | We Do This Every Day.
Views: 2472 Applied CAx
Robert Hargraves - Thorium Energy Cheaper than Coal @ ThEC12
Robert Hargraves "Aim High!" presentation has evolved into both a book and extended lecture. His thesis is that a non-CO2 emitting energy source must also be cheaper than coal, or will ultimately fail to displace fossil fuels as a means of energy production. THORIUM Energy Cheaper than Coal is available in hardcover and Kindle eBook. http://www.amazon.com/dp/1478161299/ Hargraves met me at LAX, then shared a flight with me to Shanghai. At LAX, and en-route we conducted video interview. He also allowed for some b-roll capture on a touristy-day with Mark Ho. Expect Hargraves to be prominently featured in future Thorium Remix efforts. Robert's book is also an important asset in educating the public about thorium (and molten salt reactors). It fills a niche that Superfuel does not... Superfuel is a narrative work. Cheaper Than Coal is much more analytical, and better answers the oh-so-common refrain, "Why would we pursue thorium when we have the Sun?" That is the response offered by the Canadian Green Party leader. That is perpetually asked on Twitter. There is an answer to that question, and it is contained within this video. Robert Hargraves presented at Thorium Energy Conference 2012 (ThEC12) hosted by the International Thorium Energy Organisation (IThEO). http://itheo.org/ Video captured by Gordon McDowell for use in upcoming THORIUM REMIX iteration: http://ThoriumRemix.com/ This video is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 3.0 license (CC BY-SA 3.0). If you excerpt from it, link back to this original so people have access to lecture content in full, and proper context. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
Views: 38822 gordonmcdowell
Inside the McLaren Technology Centre - /DRIVEN
The heart of McLaren Automotive - The McLaren Technology Centre and the new McLaren Production Centre. The headquarters for one of the most successful Formula One racing teams, the Woking facility is world renowned for technology innovations and design. JF Musial tours the new production line for the MP4-12C and looks behind the scenes at what's to come for the growing super car company and race team.
Views: 464795 THE DRIVE
Penetrating Retailers Welcome Home TV - Small Brand Nation Product Distribution
https://wizarddistribution.com Small Brand Nation is a product exposure and distribution system driven by television and online video that engages consumer awareness to fuel retailer penetration.
Views: 66 Billy Carmen
MRM Turbo Driven Pre Workout Review
http://www.thenuwavefitness.com - MRM's Turbo Driven Pre Workout review. This is a newer supplement from MRM (Metabolic Response Modifiers). I applied for the supplement promotion on bodybuilding forums and was sent this 2 serving (one container) packet to taste and test. No Review was required but I felt I should give this supplement the honor of having a full fledged review. You'll find my taste review at the end of the video showing how it actually mixes as well. Mixability 6/10 - While some may claim giving turbo driven by MRM a 6 is unfair. I think its quite fair considering I'm often times pretty strict when it comes to mixing. I used a spoon on this product which is what I think is the way to mix pre workouts(personal opinion). It mixed fairly well but I did notice some odd grains at hte bottom floating and also in the bottom which you'll see in the video. I think the reason behind that with MRM turbo driven is because of it having some herbal and beet root extract. Taste 9/10 - I had the rocket berry flavor which was VERY good but also very sweet at the same time. If you can handle the sweetness of this product then you'll enjoy it but some others have compared Turbo Driven to the taste of strawberry cough medicine. Which I can understand because I did taste a small hint of that flavor as well. Overally I enjoyed the turbo driven by mrm rocket berry flavor and wouldn't mind taking it again. If you can't handle the sweetness then try and add more water to tubo driven pre workout. Effectiveness 8/10 - The effect were actually pretty good. I didn't get the tired effect I usually get about 30 minutes into the workout where I begin to yawn and feel sluggish. I didn't yawn at all with turbo driven by mrm. However I didn't feel the beta alanine effects (tingling,flushing of the skin) and I also took 2 serving(one packet sample =2). Which means I was taking in 276mg of caffeine which is quite a bit and pretty guarenteed to get you a boost of energy for some time. Value 9/10 - Originally during my video review I was unsure of the price but it's actually already available to buy on MRMs website you just look for turbo driven pre workout to buy. It's 29.99$ for 30 servings which is prett reasonable compared to other pre workouts. So the price of MRM tubo driven pre workout is pretty good in that regard. If you are looking for a cheap pre workout that should give pretty decent results then MRM Turbo Driven pre workout might work for you. I hope you enjoyed my turbo driven pre workout review Additional Information: Give the NuWave Fitness FACEBOOK page a "Like" - at http://www.facebook.com/pages/NuWave-Fitness/189664521044922 Music From - http://BeatsRoyaltyFree.com Free Intro Template from AquuL -- http://www.aquul.com/ Tags: supplement saturday, pre workout supplements, pre workout supplement review,mrm turbo driven,mrm,metabolic response modifiers,tubo driven pre workout review, bodybuilding,fitness,supplements,favorite pre workout,bodybuilder,driven performance,best preworkout supplement,which supplement,nos pre workout,caffeine supplement review,sports supplements,protein powder,discount vitamins,wholesale bodybuilding supplements,cheap supplements online,mrm supplements,mrm protein,mrm whey protein,pre workout supplement reviews, ultra rez no-xplode bioforge jacked supplement xtend review c4 vs jack3d bicep workout morph supplement racks lil wayne lush favorites syntha-6 review jae joong kareoke pre-contest supplement stack clr turbo hatch importance of protein acg3 favorite pre workout weight lifting accidents suppa review shaft driven mower suppliment review crossfit workouts rvage review megamagnum supplement review a50 bpi bodybuilder replace turbo havoc review 1 3 dimethylamylamine acg3 pre workout optimum natural whey pre-workout supplement reviews lil kim signs gnc whey protein nitro tech protein ufo optimum nutrition px40 weight gainer supplement epicmealtime firm skin nano vapor review animal pack supplement alphaburn review cellmass creatine review betterbody90 hodgetwins workout 350 turbo transmission nitrocut supplement review xtend a50 supplement audi 5000 weightloss supplement review driven performance light rims cla review best preworkout supplement skyline trailer megamagnum gangster poet kac3d myozene megaplex review intermittent fasting tribulous terrestris acg3 supplement which supplement mass tech results t bomb review craze bodybuildiung black powder supplement russian bear supplement super growth review afterglow review myoplex procerin review leg workout burn fat best mass gainer twinmuscleworkout a-hd supplement review lipo 6 review pre workout supplement korean ronnie coleman quadracarn review bodybuild results nos pre workout caffeine supplement review agt complex review supplement revieew zyzz legacy paramore live opti men review best supplement scooby doo episodes dround out sound muscletech neurocore sports supplement review lean xtreme concrete review test booster
Views: 2171 NuwaveFitness
MicroNuggets: Scrum Artifacts Explained
Not a subscriber? Start your free week. https://cbt.gg/2CsnIRh CBT Nuggets trainer Steve Caseley explains the Scrum Artifacts associated with Scrum Development. Steve talks about each crucial Scrum Artifact including User Story, Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, and Progress Charts.
Views: 2613 CBT Nuggets
Siemens PLM Product Engineering Software
Jim Rusk, Vice President of Product Engineering Software discusses the companies heritage, philosophy, and solutions that are helping customers do more, and do it faster. For more information on product enginnering software solutions please visit: http://www.camlogic.com/software/siemens-nx-cad
Views: 1671 CAM Logic, Inc.
Allied Biztech Software Product Engineering
The BDMM approach Build Deploy Manage & Market software products with Automated entitlement & software license Management. Electronic software delivery, Online and Telephonic Activation & Re-activation, Targeted end-user communication.
SCHMITT on Marketing Innovation
Bernd Schmitt talks about how marketing innovations are driven by focusing on the customer and providing experiences that delight, crafting a clear brand image and developing engaging product designs. The talk was given at a conference organized by Business Weekly in Taipei in October 2012.
Views: 4249 meetschmitt
VMware vSphere: Storage Profiles
[vSphere Bootcamp video series: http://bit.ly/18UEs9B] Download Free Trial: http://bit.ly/HtON0P -- In this video, we'll be exploring how to use Storage Profiles. Storage Profiles enable the creation of data stores that provide varying levels of service. You can categorize data stores based on system-defined user-defined levels of service.
Views: 42767 VMware
What Happens if you Drive with NO CV Axle Here's what Happens....
Amazon has the brand of new CV axles I like HERE→http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001PH9ILY/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=211189&creative=373489&creativeASIN=B001PH9ILY&link_code=as3&tag=httpwwwyou00f-20 What Happens if you Drive with NO CV Axle Here's what Happens....
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Lean Product Development
OEM Lean101-Product Development course will launch August 17, 2012. Go to http://LikerLeadership.webexone.com Contact George to make arrangements to purchase the course. [email protected] The outline of the course is as follows; 1) Lean Thinking, 2) Lean Meetings, 3) Lean Project Management, 4) Market Requirements Events, 5) Project Planning Events, 6) Risk Management. George Trachilis helped Ron produce this course.
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Daniel Ek: A Playlist for Entrepreneurs [Entire Talk]
Daniel Ek, founder of digital music service, Spotify, is driven by a desire to solve interesting problems. In this fascinating lecture, moderated by KPCB's Chi-Hua Chien, Ek shares his thoughts on leadership, collaboration, and a laser-focus on building truly great products. View more clips and share your comments at http://ecorner.stanford.edu/authorMaterialInfo.html?mid=2964
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O'Reilly Webcast: Understanding the Value of Lean Analytics
The Lean movement has revolutionized how we create products and companies today. It focuses on customer development and tackling the risky parts first. At the core of this is iteration--a cycle of learning and adapting that's driven by data. Lean Analytics gives you blunt, practical advice and proven approaches for learning from the abundance of data all around you. In this live webcast presentation, author Ben Yoskovitz, will walk you through Lean Analytics--what it is, how it works and some important concepts that can help you as an innovator in a startup or large company. Key elements that will be covered include: The One Metric That Matters Drawing Lines in The Sand The Problem-Solution Canvas and more. Join us to learn about the importance of analytics and utilizing the Lean Startup methodology and how you can use analytics to get to product-market fit faster. Don't miss this exclusive event. Who should attend this event: Entrepreneurs, Innovators, Startups, Large Companies About Ben Yoskovitz Ben Yoskovitz is a serial entrepreneur with 15+ years experience in web businesses. He started his first company in 1996 while completing university. In 2007 he co-founded Standout Jobs, a B2B software company in the recruitment space. The company raised $1.8M from venture and angel investors. In 2010 after exiting Standout Jobs, Ben co-founded Year One Labs, an early stage accelerator that provided funding and up to 1-year of hands-on mentorship to 5 startups. Year One Labs followed a Lean Startup program, making it the first accelerator to formalize such a structure. Three of five companies graduated from Year One Labs and went on to raise follow on financing. A great deal of Ben's experience and thought leadership around Lean Startup and analytics emerged during this time. Produced by: Yasmina Greco
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Marketing videos for your business - where to start?
Are you considering building a marketing video to promote your product or service, but don't know where to begin? Go here to sign up for an OpenLine session with Daniel Park: http://www.dappertext.com/request-for-open-line-session/ We're a premium-level training and marketing consultancy specializing in screencasts, motion graphics, and other video to inform, excite, and convert. When adding a tutorial or marketing video to your site, you've got a multitude of considerations, like... Build it or commission it? Where will it live? How long should it be? How to structure the video to excite current and potential customers? Who on your team can plan, script, storyboard, and execute the video? Who oversees the technical details of capture, editing, narration, production? Most companies tend to only focus on the final point. Wouldn't it be splendid if you had a dedicated partner to take the creation of hard-working marketing video and tutorial screencasts completely off your hands? You can... Since 2003, dappertext LLC has taken out the sting of video implementation for companies worldwide. A full service house of impeccable quality and consistency, we require virtually no hand-holding from the client, and our gutsy, results-driven guarantee means that your video WILL do the job you commissioned it to do, or else. Your marketing spot will sell more product than the sales page you had before. Your informational video will collect more e-mail addresses than your old squeeze page. Your tutorial will lead to better retention of the information than your old training materials. We'll create (and put in writing) custom, project-specific success metrics, and if we don't meet it, we'll create a new video for free, or return your money. Your choice. Bottom line: no one else takes the risk out of marketing video and tutorial creation the way we do. Our client roster includes the likes of Autodesk, Microsoft, Pfizer, the Internal Revenue Service, the Mayo Clinic, and many more. We're not for everyone, but if you're after a done-for-you video system that truly works for your organization, we may be just the ticket. Please follow the link to set up a free 15-minute OpenLine session with dappertext principal Daniel Park. You'll receive quality information about how to proceed with your project, whether you end up using us or not. http://www.dappertext.com/request-for-open-line-session/
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Vegetarian or Vegan? Can I recover? Eating Disorder Video | Kati Morton
Order my book today! ARE U OK? http://geni.us/sva4iUY This week's video addresses the topic of being a vegetarian or vegan and trying to recover. Does it mean that we cannot recover? Can we not go into treatment because they won't let us abide by our beliefs? The easy answer about this is that yes we can recover and still be a vegetarian or vegan. It is a bit harder and we must work with a doctor or dietitian to ensure that we are getting the proper nutrition, but we can do it! When it comes to treatment, most places will allow you to be a vegetarian but not all will allow you to maintain your veganism. The honest truth about why they won't is that it is really hard to buy and keep two of almost everything on the meal options list. Also, it can get very expensive and hard for the chef to prepare all of these different meals. So do your research before doing an intake at a treatment center. Make sure that they offer an option that works for you, because they are out there, we just have to find them. Lastly, I want to address the issue of veganism or vegetarianism and our ED. I know that many of us hear the negative comments from professionals that it is completely connected to our ED and driven by our ED, not our belief system. Now that may be true, but it may also not be true. I would encourage each of you, if you are a vegetarian or a vegan, to think about when this started. Was it way before your ED? Did it just start? When you slip up and eat something that you didn't realize had animal product in it what happens? What voice do you hear and what does it say? Is it your ED voice? Or is it your own healthy voice and does it focus on the harm that it caused to animals? Just be honest with yourself about this. Take your time thinking about it. It may be really hard to tell either way, if we are deep in our ED, but at least consider it. Because these belief systems do not hinder our recovery process but we just need to make sure that it is an actual belief, and not something that our ED is telling us to do. I hope that answers all of your questions about this topic, but if not, please comment below and let me know as we continue working towards a Healthy Mind and a Healthy Body! Transcription: Speaker: Kati Morton Hi, there. Thanks for checking back. I always say that. Sometimes, I get annoyed by myself... it's like, come up with something new. I'll work on that, I promise. Okay? Anyway, thanks for checking back. This week's video is something that I get a lot of. Questions and comments about and I know that many of you had either struggled with this yourself or you wondered about it or you're scared to go to treatment because of it. And this is being a vegetarian or being a vegan and recovery. Can we have both? And the answer... the short and simple answer? Yes, we can. But the thing that is really difficult and I know many of you watching are waiting. I've been stressed about this, forever. But when I have a client into my office and they're vegan or vegetarian and I'm sure all of you like I know now what she's going to say. My first question is is the eating disorder driven? And that's really hard to answer especially for really sick so we're considering PHP like in-patient or partial hospitalization, whatever kind of program that we have: our day program, IOP and others' a lot of acronyms. For those thinking about going into treatment , we're worried they're going to feed us without many choices or force to eat what they give us or we're forced to eat, you know, from the options that they give us and what if there aren't vegetarian or vegan options... ****PLEASE READ**** If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call a local emergency telephone number or go immediately to the nearest emergency room.
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Parker Motion Control - Precision Fluidics System Overview for Life Science
www.parker.com/precisionfluidics Parker Hannifin's Automation Group announces the release of an automated fluid-handling demo. Parker Hannifin's Automation Group, a leading supplier of motion control and fluid handling technology, announces the release of an automated fluid-handling demo targeting the life science industry. This highly engineered system is the result of a joint development effort between Parker's Electromechanical Automation and Precision Fluidics Divisions. "Our goal was to develop a system utilizing the motion control, pneumatic and liquid components that Parker manufactures," says Richard Whipple, Marketing Communications Manager at the Precision Fluidics Division. "In addition to showcasing Parker's extensive breadth of product, we are also highlighting our system engineering capabilities, a substantial part of our business that continues to see large year-over-year growth rates." The automated fluid-handling demo is made up of products from four of Parker's eight operating groups (Automation, Filtration, Fluid Connector and Seal). "The purpose of this demo is two-fold," says Mike Szesterniak, Product Manager at the Electromechanical Automation division. "It helps our customers visualize how they can use our products in the systems they are designing and building, and it presents Parker as a major player and thought-leader in the life science industry." Demo System Components: • HMI touchscreen and software (CTC Interact Xpress) • Multi-axis motion controller (ACR9000) • Motor amplifiers (Vix and iON) • Miniature linear stages (MX80L, LCR and MX45) • T-slot aluminum framing (IPS) • Pressure controller (VSO-EP) • Diaphragm gas and liquid pumps (CTS and LTC) • Liquid control valves (Series 1 and LQX 12) • In-line filter (Type ID) • Fluoropolymer tubing (PTFE) About Electromechanical Automation Division A division of Parker Hannifin Corporation's Automation Group since 1987, Electromechanical Automation is a pioneer, developer and manufacturer of full-spectrum computer based motion controllers, servo/step motor drives, servo motors and human-machine interfaces, positioning systems, gearheads and gear motors. These products automate the manufacturing of a significant fraction of the world's goods and services. Electromechanical Automation products are sold via independent authorized Automation Technology Centers -- a group of nearly 100 professional, highly trained organizations with more than 135 points-of-presence throughout the world -- or directly from Electromechanical Automation by logging on to buy.compumotor.com. An informative and up-to-date Web site with downloadable libraries, tutorials and background information on motion control and automation is located at www.parkermotion.com. About Precision Fluidics Division The Precision Fluidics Division of Parker Hannifin is a leading supplier of miniature fluidic components and system solutions integral to the world's medical and analytical instrumentation. Product technologies include miniature solenoid valves, proportional valves, multimedia valves, application-specific manifolds, pumps, and electronic pressure controllers. The Precision Fluidics Division delivers leading-edge fluidic solutions that enhance our customer's technology and increase their speed to market while lowering their overall costs. This is achieved through direct engineering collaboration to generate compact, reliable and high-performance components and systems optimized for your application-specificrequirements. In addition to our Pneutronics, General Valve, and T Squared brand products, we also offer Hargraves miniature liquid and pneumatic diaphragm pumps and control valves. Parker Hannifin acquired Hargraves Technology Corporation in October 2008, strengthening its position as a fluidics provider to the life science and medical markets. For specific information about Hargraves products, visit http://www.hargravesfluidics.com About Parker Hannifin With annual sales exceeding $13 billion in fiscal year 2012, Parker Hannifin is the world's leading diversified manufacturer of motion and control technologies and systems, providing precision-engineered solutions for a wide variety of mobile, industrial and aerospace markets. The company employs approximately 60,000 people in 48 countries around the world. Parker has increased its annual dividends paid to shareholders for 56 consecutive fiscal years, among the top five longest-running dividend-increase records in the S&P 500 index. For more information, visit the company's web site at www.parker.com, or its investor information web site at www.phstock.com.
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Assemble To Order Product
Assemble to Order (ATO) production approach, the product is built to customer specifications from a stock of existing components. This assumes a modular product architecture that allows for the final product to be configured in this way; a typical example for this approach is Dell's approach to customizing its computers. This sign video was contributed by users of the ASL-STEM Forum: http://aslstem.cs.washington.edu/
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Mod-01 Lec-03 Products and levels of packaging
An Introduction to Electronics Systems Packaging by Prof. G.V. Mahesh, Department of Electronic system Engineering, IISc Bangalore.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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SEMINAR - International Supply Chain Management
Visit us at: http://www.holtandsons.com and http://www.facebook.com/holtandsons To learn more about International Trade and Business, watch new videos on our channel: http://www.youtube.com/HoltandSons HSI provides consulting, trade and product development advice for companies growing their businesses domestically and internationally. Our professional consulting team has widespread experience in international and domestic markets, as well as expertise in most major industries. As a result, our collective knowledge and expertise allow us to offer unique insight into this dynamic marketplace. Our network of affiliated industry experts and consultants throughout the region further enhance our research and strategy formulation abilities. An international business development company, Holt and Sons International (HSI), LLC , delivers international sales and marketing, product sourcing and product development strategies for your company by leveraging our extensive knowledge of global markets, improving your competitiveness and spurring your bottom line.
Kumli - 3rd International Definiens Symposium
Healthcare Everywhere: A shift of the Epicenter of Healthcare Toward the Patient FRANK KUMLI Ernst & Young, Basel, CH We will explore how changing incentives and technologies are changing business models of health care players from being focused on products to being driven by outcomes. We will examine what an evidence-based, outcomes-focused, behavior-driven world looks like—and, particularly what this means for life sciences companies: Connecting information. Information is the new currency. As health care enters the world of "big data" and the "internet of things," the ability to connect disparate information from diverse sources and extract insights becomes a core competency and driver of competitive advantage. Information technology is strategy, not overhead. Business model innovation. Innovation is no longer just about products, but increasingly about business models. This will require rebalancing resources away from product innovation and toward commercial model innovation. Companies will experiment with multiple business models through a "commercial trials" process and through radical collaboration with non-traditional entrants. Co-creation and community engagement. Co-creation of value with patients, payers, providers and partners will become a key value driver. In social media and other communities, Life Sciences companies will need to engage meaningfully with stakeholders in open and transparent ways. Getting to outcome-based models Lastly, getting to outcome-based business models will not be automatic. It will take coordinated change to metrics, standards, cultures and mind-sets. To gain acceptance as aggregators at the center of the system, Life Sciences companies will need to articulate their strengths and address perceived conflicts of interest.
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Prices Above the Standard Deviation for a Product - ACL Revenue Test Set Script
This originally aired on AuditSoftwareVIdeos.com on May 1, 2012 and is part of a full two-hour webinar. Calculates a standard deviation by location/ salesperson/customer and product number for alignment to every sales order transaction. This can be used to identify situations where the order price exceeds three standard deviations of the average price for that particular location/ salesperson/customer and product number. Please see auditsoftwarevideos.com for the full webinar and more information.
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what is Service Management? | ITIL Exam Prep | ITIL 2011 Certification Training Online
Simplilearn Solutions(http://www.simplilearn.com) provides IT Infrastructure LIbrary (ITIL) Certification Exam Preparation through a blended learning model of classroom training and online learning. Try our free exam prep resources : Free PMP, ITIL, Six Sigma Tests http://www.simplilearn.com/simplilearn/free-resources Prepare for ITIL Certification Training Exam Prep India: http://www.simplilearn.com/simplilearn/events/itil-training-india Transcript for what is Service Management? Let me begin by a quote from Peter Drucker, a renowned American management guru. 'Quality in a product or service is not what the supplier puts in. It is what the customer gets out and is willing to pay for.' Some time back, we defined Service Management as an effective and efficient, process driven management of transforming IT resources into valuable IT services. Let me explain this further by means of a diagram. As you can see in this diagram, it emphasizes the link that has to be preserved between the desired business outcomes and the services that Service Management is responsible for. So what do we mean by Capabilities, resources and other terms used in the graphic? • Capabilities are the functions and processes used to manage services. Capabilities are intangible assets of an organization and cannot be purchased but have to be developed and matured over time. • Resources is a generic term that includes IT infrastructure, people, money or anything else that might help to deliver an IT service. Resources are the tangible assets of the organization. Resources and capability put together constitute the Service Assets. For example, Email as a Service. The organization say, Google, providing this service needs to have some Hardware like Servers, Routers, Switches to relay emails and Software like GMail to let users read their emails. These are example of assets. They also need a capable team to manage these assets and the money required to procure these assets. But if Google's customers don't know how to get this email service, all of these assets goes waste. So how to get an email account, how to maintain it, Where to go for support if any issues occur are some of the critical underlying elements of delivering email service. These methods are called processes. We will touch them in a little while.But before that, let me explain two more terms, Performance and Value. • Performance is a measure of what is achieved or delivered by a system, person, team, process, or IT service. From our email as a service example, effective use by all users, Number of mails delivered to the intended recipients, etc are some of performance measure of email service. And• Value is a measure of the Return on Investments or benefits to the business. So going back to our example of Email as a Service. In older days, messaging used to happen through paper memos. If somebody had to convey a message, they would get it typewritten on a piece of paper and then a courier service would deliver it to the recipient. At some point in time, organizations realized the constraints this method of message delivery had on the organisational capability to deliver to its customers. Luckily for them somebody realized the constraints and invented email, which has since then revolutionized the messaging capabilities of the organizations'. The results of using this service allowed businesses and organizations to spread across geographies. It has contributed to faster decision making and execution due to speedier flow of information. And ultimately contributes to greater revenues and profits for the business or the organisation. Or in other words it has enhanced the Business outcomes.
Views: 19608 SimplilearnTraining
Arista Networks Product Introduction with Douglas Gourlay
Douglas Gourlay, VP of Marketing for Arista Networks, talks about the company's hardware and software architecture and key features and capabilities. He also introduces the new Arista FX platform, which includes an FPGA on the switch. Recorded at Arista's Santa Clara, CA offices on Thursday, March 29, 2012.
Views: 8445 Stephen Foskett
MCITP 70-640: Group Policy Introduction
This video provides an overview of Group Policy. Explaining the basic of how Group Policy works and what can be achieved using Group Policy. Check out http://YouTube.com/ITFreeTraining or http://itfreetraining.com for more of our always free training videos. Download the pdf handout for this video from http://ITFreeTraining.com/handouts/70-640/part3/gpintroduction.pdf What is Group Policy Group Policy is a system that allows central control of your client computers. Using Group Policy you can control the user experience. This includes configuring settings for the user and also settings that affect the computer as a whole. Group Policy can also be used to deploy and configure software. Text Based Config Files Before systems like Group Policy were developed, settings were often kept in text files like ini files. In order to make changes to the ini file, software would rewrite the whole file each time a change was made. Text files were not designed for multiple user environments and don't support rolling back of changes. Registry Microsoft introduced the registry to replace text files like ini files. Editing a single value in the registry is a lot easier than editing a single value in a text file. The problem with the registry is that once a change is made, the changes are permanent until overwritten by another value. Group Policy Group Policy allows changes to be rolled back when they no longer apply. This means that the effects of Group Policy will be reversed when they no longer are being applied. This means users and computers can be moved around Active Directory and thus the Group Policy for these objects may change. Since Group Policy reverses any previously made changes, the administrator does not need to worry about what settings were previously applied. Group Policy Mechanics Group Policy is created and stored on a Domain Controller. Group Policy is downloaded from the Domain Controller to the local computer and applied. For this reason Group Policy is a client driven technology. It is up to the client to download Group Policy and apply it. Group Policy is applied by Client Side Extensions (CSE). Each operating system improves and adds CSE's, meaning new clients can process some Group Policy settings that the older clients may not be able to process. For a list of all the CSE's installed on a system, refer the following registry setting. HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\GPExtensions Group Policy Example A single Group Policy is divided in two parts called Computer Configuration and User Configuration. Settings that are configured under computer configuration affect the whole computer. Settings configured under user configuration affect only the user that is currently logged in. The user and computer configuration is divided into two parts called Polices and Preferences. Preferences was a late edition to Windows Server 2008. Microsoft purchased another product called Policy Maker and added this product to Group Policy. The essential different between the two is that Group Policy is mandatory while preferences can often be overwritten by the user. Polices are divide into 3 parts, Software settings, Windows Settings and Administrative Templates. Software settings, like installations, are done in here. Windows Settings are more broad stroke settings having an effect on how the computer operates at a low level rather than specific functions. Administrative templates contain the bulk of the Group Policy settings. Summary Group Policy settings are stored in Active Directory. They are client driven and thus the client is responsible for downloading the group Policy settings and applying them. Group Policy settings are applied to the client by software called client side extensions. If a particular Group Policy settings require a particular client side extension and if that client side extension is not available, the Group policy settings will not be applied to that computer or user. Group Policy itself is divided primarily into two halves, user configuration and computer configuration. Computer configuration is applied when the computer starts up, while user configuration is applied when the user logs into the computer. References "MCTS 70-640 Configuring Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Second Edition" pg. 250-251, 254 "Group Policy "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Group_Policy
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