The Wiley Asia Blog
Connecting Asia Pacific users in the Scientific, Technical, Medical and Scholarly (STMS) field | The Wiley Asia Blog is for the growing number of Asia Pacific users where a number of posts on the latest research in Physical, Health, Life, Social Sciences and Humanities from leading journals and resources can be found.
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On 14 November, Wiley India was named one of the “50 Best E-Learning Companies of India” at the Global Learn Tech Awards in Mumbai. The awards recognize the best professional e-learning companies and individuals with the overall goal of benchmarking educational practices. The two-day Global Learn Tech congress, explains Vikas Gupta, Managing Director, Wiley India, […] The post Wiley is one of the “50 Best E-Learning Companies of India” appeared first on […]
As a chemist who is always keen to study more about organic chemistry, are you tired of finding the right paper? What if you could get access to all important papers related to organic chemistry research? Yes, it is possible. We have just compiled a list of articles from Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry which […] The post Best Chemistry Articles Now Available Free! appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.
“I’ve learned a big lesson: When you are new, you have such awareness of all that you have to learn. This is not a position of weakness. It is a position of strength. I wish I had come in on day one and said to the team: ‘This is who I am. This is how […] The post What to Expect When You’re A New Manager? appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.
Have you have been frustrated by business meetings based on endless conversations, hunches and intuitions, expensive new product launches that blew up, or simply disappointed by the failure of a good idea? The authors of the global bestselling book, Business Model Generation, came up with a 10 Characteristics of Great Value Propositions that simplifies the […] The post 10 Characteristics of Great Value Propositions appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.
A new study finds that habitual use of Facebook makes individuals susceptible to social media phishing attacks by criminals, likely because they automatically respond to requests without considering how they are connected with those sending the requests, how long they have known them, or who else is connected with them. Predictors of habitual use of […] The post Habitual Facebook Users: Suckers for Social Media Scams? appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.
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