What is intellectual property? It’s something that you will have to protect when it comes to your learning organization. Innovation and creativity is definitely valued amongst humanity and should be protected. As a result, tutors need a blueprint to follow so that they will do exactly what needs to be done to protect their work and trade secrets for their learning organization. In the Dr. Holland-Johnson’s Expanding Your Tutoring Business Series, Tutor Consultant, Dr. Holland-Johnson delivers her field-tested advice so that you can: * Determine what types of intellectual property that will need to be protected. * Create the various types of work agreements for your learning organization. * Develop a system to maintain records of your intellectual property. * Build a business plan that will promote data-driven tutoring success. * Describe the federal laws that impact your tutoring business. * Implement Quality Assurance Meetings. * Create an Online Project Management System for your content team. * Implementing focus groups and market research. * Disseminating your research for your learning organization. * Acquire know-how for licensing your intellectual property, and dozens of other strategies you will need to protect your intellectual property. Take a strategic approach to protecting your intellectual property so that you can build a household name in the tutoring industry. AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY UPDATE DR. HOLLAND is the mother of two beautiful girls who are ages 9 and 11. She earned both her undergraduate and Master’s degree in Education from Northwestern State University in Louisiana in 2004 and 2006, respectively. In 2010, at the age of 26, she earned her doctorate degree in Education with a concentration in Organizational Leadership and a minor in Curriculum Development from Nova Southeastern University in Florida. She is the President and Founder of her company, iGlobal Educational Services and is the author of “Becoming a Better Tutor: A Data-Driven Approach to Tutoring. She has been tutoring for over 10 years and taught more than seven years in public school systems. Currently, she lives in Los Angeles, California with her husband and two daughters.