And no 6? Buy and read the book.
Digital identity—the sum of all digitally available information about an individual—offers enormous potential value. Applications leveraging personal data can boost efficiency, focus research and marketing, and spur the creation of personalized products and services. But to unlock its full value, organizations must embrace responsibility, transparency, and user control.
My point of view: check this paper and Doc Searl’s The Intention Economy
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- BCG – Expertise & Impact Back to Mesopotamia? (serve4impact.com)
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- To what measures might governments have to resort of they keep trying to solve the debt problem by playing for time? In their latest paper, David Rhodes and Daniel Stelter look at what might need to happen if the politicians persist in muddling through for much longer.
- Behind the Scenes on a BCG Engagement: Liberal arts major building her first economic model (firmsconsulting.com)
- An innovative way to network from a student at one of the top-ten US business schools (firmsconsulting.com)
The challenge that we face — making health care affordable and conveniently accessible to most people — is not unique to health care. Almost every industry began with services and products that were so complicated and expensive to provide that only people with a lot of skill and a lot of money could participate
- The Survivor Part 1 – Clayton Christensen: A Life In Health (facebeyond.wordpress.com)
- Clayton Christensen: The Survivor (forbes.com)
- Business of Software 2011. Site live, early bird tickets available. Professor Clayton Christensen to open conference. (businessofsoftware.org)
The Entrepreneur is very different from the typical McKinsey-esque strategy consultant. Both are extremely smart, driven, persistent, creative, and determined. But I have found that there are some major differences.
To be continued at Summation: The Entrepreneur vs. The Strategy Consultant.
- MTA hires McKinsey for consulting (nydailynews.com)
- McKinsey: Getting the Supply Chain of the Future Partially Right (Part 1) (spendmatters.com)
- Is McKinsey still top dog? (blogs.freshminds.co.uk)
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- Reading (and very highly recommending) the BBC College of Journalism: The future of journalism (fredzimny.wordpress.com)
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