Not sure where you are, but if I was in the Boston area on March 27th I’d be going over to a meet-up featuring Michael Raynor, author of The Strategy Paradox: Why committing to success leads to failure (and what
Have you checked out 30 Boxes yet? Very cool application. Looks like it could have some really good potential for a low budget solution to sharing calendars. I heard about it on Scoble’s blog and actually watched a very interesting
In the work I do I have a drawing that illustrates an important element of what might be thought of as Customer DNA. Here’s an example of it. Before I go any further, let me say this: This is a
So your leadership team has recognized that you’re stuck in a rut…maybe a really, really deep one…and they’re finally ready to talk (probably to talk again) about changing in order to become more effective. And this time there is a
Looking for a way to jiggle your organization out of the status quo? How about this exercise from Turning the Future Into Revenue? This will be a killer if you’re locked in a discussion about whether you’re actually keeping up
Great post over the weekend from Seth Godin. Check it out for some great ideas on the Spring cleaning theme. I took a few minutes and followed tip #5 and saved some serious cash on one of my less than
What’s your practice when you plan for the what’s next? Are you reactive? Inactive? Or pre-active? This is potentially a key insight about a reality of your planning DNA. Clearly understanding your organization’s tendency is the first step in moving
After a too-long absence…Terry Storch is back in the blogosphere. You can check out his new blog right here. If you don’t know the name, for lots of us Terry is one of the first bloggers we were inspired by.
Where do you start the process of determining how to do something? I suggest you start by asking why. Ask why you should even do it at all. Ask why it’s important. Ask why it needs to be done now.
How intentional are you at the day to day? On a flight today I reread several chapters in one of my favorite books, Turning the Future Into Revenue. I always feel like I need to immediately clarify that this is