John Jantsch’s 5 Trends that Will Shape (Small) Business in 2011

Not only small business would i say. Or do think customers differentiate in small business and corporations? As a customer I do not Found at 5 Trends that Will Shape Small Business in 2011 : Marketing :: American Express OPEN Forum. Sep 30, 2010 – Last year I wrote a piece where I predicted trends for 2010 – you can read them here – and I must say that I was pretty much spot on with most. The thing about predictions and small business – and I think I’ve developed a bit of knack for this odd duck – is that no … Continue reading John Jantsch’s 5 Trends that Will Shape (Small) Business in 2011

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Reading Mary Abraham’s After the Social Media Bubble @Above and Beyond KM

After the Social Media Bubble | Above and Beyond KM. I had nearly finished drafting the legal documents for a hot new online start-up when the dot-com bubble burst in 2000.  With the sudden end to the stratospheric stock prices for these new media companies, everyone felt free to criticize.  Do you remember how the bricks-and-mortar supporters derided the notion of doing business virtually?  Do you remember the anxiety about how to regulate and evaluate online business activities?  Ten years later, some of those concerns seem unwarranted.  And, more importantly, online business activity has become a significant part of the way … Continue reading Reading Mary Abraham’s After the Social Media Bubble @Above and Beyond KM

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Looking at the remarkable artefacts of Tamara Lichtenstein

Found at Tamara Lichtenstein « Art Sponge. See more at http://artsponge.wordpress.com/2010/01/29/tamara-lichtenstein/ 1 Comment Related articles by Zemanta Looking at the remarkable artefacts of Alexey Amelyushkin (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Looking at the remarkable artefacts of Alina Shamalova (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Continue reading Looking at the remarkable artefacts of Tamara Lichtenstein

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Reading Matt Heinz at Blogging Innovation: What do you REALLY do?

Always great to apply this guideline on the professional or personal level. What is your value in your company or in any friendship or relationship. And how are you enhancing that value? Found at http://www.business-strategy-innovation.com/2010/01/what-do-you-really-do.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+business-strategy-innovation+%28Blogging+Innovation+%28Hosted+by+Braden+Kelley%29%29 What do you REALLY do? by Matt Heinz If you’re a book publisher, you’re not really in the book business. You’re in the information business. How that information is shared is largely irrelevant, as long as it creates value for your customers and can be monetized. If you’re a newspaper, you’re definitely not in the printed news business. Certainly not anymore, or at least not … Continue reading Reading Matt Heinz at Blogging Innovation: What do you REALLY do?

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Graham Hill: Who has read any of Business Week Best Innovation & Design Books of 2009 http://tinyurl.com/ycevj5w Opinions? Buy..

Image of Graham Hill Graham Hill: Who has read any of Business Week Best Innovation & Design Books of 2009 http://tinyurl.com/ycevj5w Opinions? Buy…#design crm cem http://ping.fm/OHxKD Related articles by Zemanta Customer Innovation Centers: The Ying and Yang of Culture and Technology (innovationtools.com) Why Design Thinking Won’t Save You – Peter Merholz – HarvardBusiness.org (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Why Design Thinking Matters – BusinessWeek reviews Roger Martin’s book (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Continue reading Graham Hill: Who has read any of Business Week Best Innovation & Design Books of 2009 http://tinyurl.com/ycevj5w Opinions? Buy..

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