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Starting working with ERP when you have no prior knowledge about ERP system can be tough, though nothing can replace hands-on practice, you need to know at least some basic knowledge that surprisingly is easy to learn.

|| Step 1: An ERP system is built to solving business problem, so you should try to think in business processes rather than the function.

An ERP software is far beyond transaction codes (t-codes), it is about improving the performance of the business therefore, increase the productivity of all stakeholders. In other words, you have to be able to clearly define the business problem and the company goals.

To put it in perspective, it plays as a single-source of truth for all of its users. Before trying to…


Lessons from working with startup teams

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Photo by Joel Mott on Unsplash

After over a year working with startup teams, I believe that for any new products, the best way for market interaction is through community building.


We want to build a world-changing company that can eliminate biases in the hiring process and empowers people with a learning mindset to get the best job for themselves.

At the most basic level, WiseTrack reduces unconscious biases of the recruiting process. One definition of fair judgment: candidates are treated as how well they solve a problem, not where they come from or any other external factors whatsoever.

It is important to have an alternative. WiseTrack enables a bias-free, skill-focused recruiting method that helps recruiters and new hires perform better.

We don’t make the argument about the role of the resume, we only want to show the real-time and cold-hard performance report as the proof of capabilities. The dangerous about current interview settings is that it could attack introverted…


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A real danger for music creator is that the market has already been monopolized by a few names. Last year, Spotify has done $5 billion in sales, compensate the artist half what Amazon and Apple does, then go back to make the hurting artists slam to Apple.

The monopoly at a glance

There is no other moment in history we see that many devices on people hands that help them connect with the outside world, and music, of course, has become an even more important part of their lives. …


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A usability testing seminar at ChatQ — a new thing that we stared this week.

1. The first chapter of Marketing: Theory, Evidence, Practice — a textbook of Doctor Bryon Sharp.

It is now crystal clear for me whenever I start a workday.

“The role of the marketer is to understand consumer behaviour and recognise market opportunities so that the organisation can adapt and stay competitive.”

It has been a nice ride since my first job as a marketer since 2017, I sometimes confusing about the scope of work that a marketer should have, and should strike for.

One of the reason why that happen is because marketing appear to be something that anyone can do and wanted to do. I’m overwhelm with commnity of people who has the word “marketing”…


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The Mongols in a group of people that placed a huge in impact on the history of mankind during the fourth-teen centuries. The Mongolian, at this time, had made massive conquests to expand the reign. Especially, under the leadership of Genghis Khan — one of the world’s best conqueror — the united Mongols saw a massive expansion.

THE RISE OF MONGOL EMPIRE

Until the twelfth century, the Mongols were tribes with a pastoral nomad lifestyle which they would move several times a year’s searching supplies for them as well as their herds such as grass and water. Because of this mobile life, they appeared to…


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The internet that we are using today is a centralized system that is run — maintain and rule — by a certain institution depend on the network’s purpose.

First off, why the internet has to be centralized?

For instance, the government will maintain the public internet structure, or the social media company will be monetizing the internet service to align with terms and rules. In fact, there is a superior controller to the system, and the controller is able to rewrite or change the record to anything in the database.

There are two problems with the whole system. First, the database’s owner has exclusive control over the use of…


The ancient Greek and the ancient Rome appeared to be the birthplace of modern Western civilization. While the Spartans has a strange government mixed between aristocracy/ oligarchy and monarchy, the Athenians created “Democracy” — the anterior of a philosophy that the country should be ruled by the people. Finally, the people of Rome learned from the successes and the error of Greek cities to create a new form of government, Republic.

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Four reasons that Athens could not be grown as Rome.

Athenians had a false democratic society. When all the people could raise their opinion, the community might be led…


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Burger King conducted a relatively unique social experiment in a store in Los Angeles to the National Bullying Prevention Month. The videotape reveals an “uncomfortable truth about bullying”, as AdWeek called it, through the view from a hidden camera, people sometimes do not prepare to stand up to stop this unattractive problem.

The experiment has young child actors to play a mock fight in front of Burger King’s customer, while the real customers witness a schoolboy being bullied by his friends, their reaction is caught on the hidden camera.

At the same time, the store has another actor to play…


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Chicago Booth’s Professor Thaler

Richard Thaler, an American pioneer in behavioral economics, was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences on Monday by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. His academic career contributes many strong evidences about the predictably irrational of human beings.

Professor Thaler pledged to persuade business people, governments, and even other economist to pay more attention to human behaviors when we talk about economics. His college and he famously published the best-selling book “Nudge” explaining psychology obstacles when it comes to making decision. …

Adam Nam Dinh

Analyst @DeloitteSAP • Co-Founder, Product @HelloDaihoc

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