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Gladwell Is Right. The Revolution Will Not Be Tweeted. You could almost hear the brows furling across the Twitterverse the day Malcolm Gladwell’s “Small Change” article appeared on The New Yorker’s website Oct. 4. Many fired off a defiant comment without getting beyond the essay’s sub-heading, “Why the revolution will not be Tweeted.” The reaction rippled through Twitter in what many social media passionistas perhaps thought was evidence Gladwell was wrong. They had become activists against the popular author. Unfortunate as it is, many of the neo-Gladwell haters never read the piece, nor did they see what he was trying to say. They are, after all, the 140-character set.
How Social Networking Has Changed Business - Bill George - HBS Faculty by Bill George | 8:35 AM December 23, 2010 Social networking is the most significant business development of 2010, topping the resurgence of the U.S. automobile industry.
by David Armano | 10:44 AM December 6, 2010
The Leadership Playlist: Gen X in the workplace: Stuck in the middle - On Leadership at washingtonpost.com
Photo by: Robert Mizerek Strategic management is the process of defining the purpose and pursuits of an organization and the methods for achieving them. Robert Grant emphasizes that competition provides the rationale for strategy because strategy is about winning. It follows then that the inter-dependence of competitors is the essence of strategy—actions of individual competitors and teams of competitors affect outcomes for other participants. Strategic Planning Failure - strategy, organization, levels, examples, school, model, type, company, hierarchy, business, competitiveness, Recent history of strategic planning