Still, after all these years, business magazines (including, about every third issue, The Harvard Business Review) are publishing examinations of the Leader/Manager dichotomy. They ask whether leaders are made or born. They ponder whether managers can ever become leaders, or whether you can be good at both of these things. They confound the question of whether...
In the business world, we all know rational needs when we see them. We’re looking for them everywhere, we’re speaking to them all the time – the need for performance, efficiency, functionality, and value for money in a product or service. But how often, when we are trying to sell our product or service, are...
Do we need new content business models?
Is the subscription economy helping with that?
Is it starting to get out of control?
This white paper discusses a process for enterprise (B2B) business development WPPDF -Enterprise Business Development
With Zeebox entering the US market, and for other reasons, there has been lots of hype in 2012 about Second Screen TV viewing. In 2017, will the heat still be the same? Not likely.
In this White Paper I examine some of the elements required in a successful investor pitch. WPPDF – Entrepreneur Pitching
Nilofer Merchant has, in a series of five posts for the Harvard Business Review blog, examined what she terms the “Social Era” and what it can teach large organizations. The five separate posts are these: Rules for the Social Era; Social Means Freedom, for Better or Worse; Why Porter’s Model no Longer Works; Why Social Marketing...
If you like great big DOJ battles, class action lawsuits or content/retail squabbles – or if you’re hoping to pay less for your eBooks – this is what you’ve waited for.
Groupon: Clear air turbulence, a terrible flight plan or the wrong crew?