Good times in Rocklin. On Friday we took advantage of the American River and had our first rafting experience. Relaxing…but not quite what we had in mind. So on Saturday we headed back over to the American River to investigate
Did you ever stop to think about the legitimate barriers that might be preventing potential participants (consumers) from using what you produce? The Innovator’s Guide to Growth identifies four different barriers that can constrain growth…and they may be worth thinking
Where are you? Is your organization "all in" on your strategy? Or does it shift with the winds? Bill Taylor has a great article on the danger of the middle of the road over at the Mavericks at Work blog.
Peter Drucker’s classic question, "What business are you in?" is a classic because it’s at the core of a fundamental understanding we all need to have about the "business" we are in. Like the railroad industry of an earlier day
What comes first? Strategy or resource allocation? For most of us, the question is a little bit moot…because we’re in organizations that are already in business. Whether the organization is 10 years old or 100, most of us come into
After being roasted in Monopoly…I fired up the grill for burgers with the really good roasted poblano pepper. The pool makes it very So Cal even here in Rocklin. Good times…
Rocklin? In my heart I’m in So Cal…just north of Las Brisas in Laguna.
Conventional wisdom works in conventional circumstances, but it misleads when circumstances change. Clayton Christensen
I don’t know about you but I love discovering new work on the topic of innovation. I recently picked up a copy of The Innovator’s Guide to Growth: Putting Disruptive Innovation to Work and can see that this has great
Are you a learner? Early in my experience I heard someone say that you could tell when a person stopped learning by looking at the copyright dates in their library. There’s truth to that. Once you stop learning you’re toast.