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Found at The Coming Point-of-Sale Revolution – Grant McCracken – The Conversation – Harvard Business Review. My wife and I recently paid a visit to the new Whole Foods in Stamford, Connecticut. In the time it took us to walk from one end of the store to the other, I made three new friends Read all at The Coming Point-of-Sale Revolution – Grant McCracken – The Conversation – Harvard Business Revie Photocredit: urbanbixi: Related articles Experience Marketing, Take Two – Grant McCracken – HBR (bjconquest.com) Focus on Your Customer’s Customer – Kerry Bodine – The Conversation – Harvard Business Review (serve4impact.com) Continue reading The Coming Point-of-Sale Revolution – Grant McCracken -Harvard Business Review
F Did u learn. Did u create a moment of reflection and associated actions. These are the days for contemplation, creation and actions. Great post (of a series) to connect to and act accordingly. Found at http://www.thesfegotist.com/editorial/2010/december/20/what-i-learned-year-3-john-creson With only a few days left until the new year, I appreciate the opportunity to pause and think about what 2010 has taught me. To honor the first ten years of the millennium, I will keep my observations to ten. They are: To be continued at http://www.thesfegotist.com/editorial/2010/december/20/what-i-learned-year-3-john-creson Photocredit: marco ortolani kuemmel Related articles How to Stick to New Year Resolutions ( Self Development Blog ) … Continue reading What I Learned This Year #3: John Creson
Construct Strategy, Leadership and the Soul presents a new paradigm for organizations. In building their case, the authors present a unique analysis of the dynamics of organizational evolution since 1850 to the present day, reflecting on how the context of the changing nature of society over time has informed the necessary adjustments in structure and leadership, and in what way these have been vital to the sustainability of those organizations. The current quixotic context for both small and large organizations – the rapidly changing business landscapes, global interconnectedness, technological innovation and the diversity of the needs of customers and employees … Continue reading Recommended book: Jennifer Sertl’s Strategy Leadership and the Soul (book review)