The first month of Q4 has come and gone. And, you know what that means. It’s time for another content roundup. Each month, we recap the most-read titles and most-watched videos in BlueBottleBiz. In October, members wanted to learn Excel, learn how to manage and troubleshoot networks, and learn more about people risk management frameworks.
October’s Top 3 Books & Videos
- Managing and Troubleshooting Networks by Mike Meyers (McGraw-Hill Education)
- How to Create an Interactive Reporting Tool in Excel by Melissa Esquibe (Business Management Daily)
- People Risk Management by Keith Blacker and Patrick McConnell (Kogan Page)
More on October’s hot list:
Managing and Troubleshooting Networks by Mike Meyers – the leading expert on CompTIA certification and training – will prepare you for the CompTIA Network+ exam N10-006, and help you become an expert networking technician. This full-color, fourth-edition text covers network architectures, cabling and topology, Ethernet basics and much more.
In each chapter, you’ll find:
- Learning objectives
- Photographs and illustrations
- Real-world examples
- Try This! and Cross Check exercises
- End-of-chapter quizzes and lab projects
- …and more
How To Create an Interactive Reporting Tool in Excel, a video by Microsoft-Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel, shows you how to slice and dice data in Microsoft Excel and present it in an attractive, visual package. Learn Excel reporting from one of the best in only five minutes!
People Risk Management: A Practical Approach to Managing the Human Factors That Could Harm Your Business, by Keith Blacker and Patrick McConnell, offers practical tools, solutions and insights into how to implement an effective people risk management framework within your organization. Blacker and McConnell provide unique depth to people risk management – a topic that continues to garner interest.
Are you collaborating?
Reading books and catching up on the latest business-related videos is a great way to learn. But, how often do you collaborate within your organization? Have your leaders established a social learning culture?
Weigh in on social learning and how it complements traditional training during #BBBChat next week Tuesday, Oct. 31 (Halloween)! We look forward to seeing you there.