Health Care Business Introduction

TED Talks

TED talks have become a popular way to hear what the world's deepest thinkers are thinking.  Some of the business-related talks are worth listening to.  Here are 8 of the top 15 most watched business videos to judge for yourself.  Don't hesitate to search the TED Talks website to see what clicks for you.

Steve Jobs: How to Live Before You Die

Simon Sinek: How Great Leaders Inspire Action

Dan Pink: The Puzzle of Motivation

Richard St. John: Eight Secrets of Success

Susan Cain: The Power of Introverts

Barry Schwartz: The Paradox of Choice

Derek Sivers: How to Start a Movement

Jason Fried: Why Work Doesn't Happen at Work

Academy Bridge

Academy Bridge is a free, online storehouse of well-organized business education videos.  "Departments" include:

  • 24h Business School (Introductory, Overview)
  • Academy (More Advanced)
  • Master Class (Specialized Topics)
  • Small Business Academy
  • My Development
  • "Food for Thought" (out-of-the-box thinking)
  • Chinese language business instruction

YouTube Business Videos

YouTube has so many videos that it's impossible to search, evaluate, and select from all of them.  The best approach is to come to YouTube with a specific idea of what you want to learn.  Try some of the following searches and see how they quickly guide you to useful information.  Keep in mind, though, that the only quality control in YouTube is your own judgment.

  • Balance Sheet Explained
  • Michael Porter Five Forces
  • Steve Jobs
  • Market Research
  • Medical Device Marketing
  • What is Atrial Fibrillation
  • Atrial Fibrillation Cardiac Ablation
  • Exports to China

As you can see, the possibilities are almost limitless, with useful videos available on many useful topics.

Kutztown University of Pennsylvania Small Business Development Center

This university-sponsored website is a portal to over 90 true online courses in a variety of business topics, including business planning, finance, international business, and starting and growing a business to name a few.  Courses are non-credit but quite credible.