This has some real potential! Campfire is a new tool by 37signals that enables real-time group chat. And there are lots of uses for this one. In our consulting work with lifetogether.com this will be huge! How about running it
What if "an organization’s capacity for innovation is the product of creativity and execution?" Get it? Not the sum. Not adding the creativity level and the execution level. Instead, what if your innovation capacity, your ability to accelerate innovation, is
On what assumptions are you basing your most important decisions? You’re not basing these critical decisions on assumptions? Riiiight. You’re basing your decisions on facts. Riiiight. When we’re really honest, our decisions are based on a combination of "facts" and
Really getting a lot out of my re-reading of Clued In : How to Keep Customers Coming Back Again and Again. Chapter 6 details an "approach to experience value management" (I know, it sounds a little arcane, but trust me…we
Are people more likely to talk about what you’re doing if they’re satisfied…or delighted? Okay, that’s a no-brainer. How about this one: are they more likely to talk about it if they’re pleased or just a little disatisfied? In an
Are you working as hard on your FAQs as you are on the actual event or product you’re producing? Is your training session actually a cool thing in its own right? Kathy Sierra over at Creating Passionate Users asks some
Ever been in a world that has its own lingo? Ever been tempted to become buzzword fluent in order to schmooze your way into a connection or a sale? The blogosphere is totally that kind of world. In that world
Have you heard about Pandora? This is VERY cool. Pandora takes your music choice and designs a "radio station" for you, based on a genome like analysis of your selection. Check it out and let me know what you think!
I’m testing out gtalkr, Google’s new instant message application. Anyone using it already? Thanks to Steve Rubel over at Micro Persuasion for the lead! Out.
What is the mission of the Church? I posted a great Peter Drucker quote the other day that reinforces the need for clarity of mission. If you’ve lost sight of your mission (or have dreamed up a different one) this