disruption

Reinvention: Accelerating Results in the Age of Disruption

Reinvention Defined We define Reinvention as: “Quantum Individual and Organizational Change Accelerated” For you and your organization to be successful, you must have the ability to change, pivot, and morph faster than the speed of the ever-changing external environment you operate within. And you must have the ability to accelerate the results that matter most […]

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Web True.0: Why the Internet and Digital Ethnography Hold the Key to Answering the Questions That Traditional Research Can’t

In 1961 Henri Matisse’s masterpiece, “Le Bateau,” was hung in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Since Matisse died in 1954, he was not available to see this particular piece displayed in one of the world’s most reputed and respected art institutions. Which is unfortunate when you consider that the curator of the […]

common sense

What if Common Sense Was Common Practice in Business?

Today we’re bringing you the Introduction of Rex Conner’s book What if Common Sense Was Common Practice in Business?. Republished with permission from the publicist, Smith Publicity. Common Sense Brings Clarity Continuing time-honored, but dysfunctional business practices is like having a virus in an organism. Sometimes we don’t know how sick we are until we […]

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Tomboy Survival Guide: Learn People Better

Today we’re bringing you a book excerpt from Ivan Coyote’s Tomboy Survival Guide. Published with permission from the author. *** Some people like to call it eavesdropping. I prefer to think of it as following Woody Guthrie’s new year’s resolutions for 1942. Right between “Listen to Radio A Lot” and “Don’t Get Lonesome”, he promises […]

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Personalize This: Moving Beyond “Dear John” Messaging

Today we’re bringing you a book excerpt from Daniel Glickman’s new book Personalize This. In this excerpt, learn how to move beyond spaghetti logic and “Dear John” messaging to personalization. Personalization: Relationships Matter Why do you stick with a friend through thick and thin? In part, because you know each other’s bullsh*t and to start […]