In this concise conversation with Salesforce.com's Chief Technology Architect Marc Ferrentino, he explains why large corporate environments are better organizations for college students to start their professional careers at rather than small start-up businesses.
Marc explains this by informing his audience that larger corporations can give you a firmer understanding of how the business world operates when you are coming freshly out of school. He argues that these types of business environments teach young professionals a lot of nuances about how to conduct themselves and develop skills in a corporate culture that are not necessarily taught in schools. In this enlightening video, Marc Ferrentino shows how this sort of training is almost like a fifth year of college and how it can give young viewers a stronger foundation for when they decide that they would like to work with a team in a smaller company, or even if they decide to create their own business start-up.
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Marc Ferrentino Keynotes
In his keynotes, Marc Ferrentino speaks about organizations, professionalism and decision making....