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I’m thinking about the notion of strategic resilience. In the face of growing unpredictability, how do we provide ourselves with appropriate options for the future?
There is a great deal of evidence showing diversity (especially cognitive diversity) to be a powerful factor toward innovation , increased problem solving ability and better decision making for groups.
I tend to talk about failure a bit on this blog.
How we do it: Strategic tests from four senior executives - McKinsey Quarterly - Strategy - Strategic ThinkingAll strategists grapple with the question of how to create and preserve competitive advantage.
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If I could pick one word to define the future of marketing, it would be agility .
News of Xmark’s death has been greatly exaggerated.
Clay Shirky’s book, Here Comes Everybody – The Power Of Organizing Without Organizations is essential reading for everyone seeking to understand how our world has been redefined by the web.
Failure is always an option, a phrase popularized by Adam Savage from MythBusters, is a powerful ideology all of us should embrace. It runs counter to the old saying by buttoned-down military commanders, managers, football coaches and other commonly associated power figures that failure is not an option.
I experiment with many different ideas to create interesting content, drive traffic, earn links, rally communities and inspire people to action.
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This year, instead of spending $20 million on SuperBowl ads , Pepsi decided to put the money into Pepsi Refresh, a social marketing campaign which solicits the best ideas from consumers and plans to dole out $20 million in grants to good causes and “great ideas” throughout the year. The site opened up about 10 hours ago to take ideas from people applying for grants. On February 1, voting will begin to determine the best ideas, which will receive grants ranging from $5,000 to $250,000 each.
While the actual term "digital nomad" has been around for a little while, it usually seems to fall under the shadow of the more expansive term of telecommuting. The fact is that really they are two different ideas altogether. The idea of telecommuting has been around for almost as long as computers have been able to talk to each over a copper wire.
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