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If the ongoing social networking revolution has you scratching your head and asking, "Why do people spend time on this?" and "How can my company benefit from the social network revolution?" you've got a lot in common with Harvard Business School professor Mikolaj Jan Piskorski.
In this video I interview Jay Baer , co-author of the new book The Now Revolution and founder of the popular social media blog Convince and Convert . Jay shares why it’s important for companies to embrace social media now. He also talks a lot about why Facebook can have a big impact on business, and explains why most companies approach Facebook the wrong way and what they need to do instead.
Economic difficulties need not mean that we lower our standards for leadership. If anything, we should raise our sights.
When people tell me “Email doesn’t work” it usually means that they’re doing something wrong . Here are the ten biggest mistakes most publishers, writers and marketers make:
IT’S ALIVE! Why Email Can Be Even More Profitable in The Social Media Age | We are the Free RadicalsYou may have heard or seen the following statement:
In an era of huge dislocations and scarce resources, fewer and fewer companies are in a position to hire lots of new people or devote big budgets to new projects as a way of moving forward.
The Dawn of Topic-Centric Social Media? An interview with Guillaume Decugis, CEO of Scoop.it | We are the Free RadicalsAfter a couple of weeks beta testing new curation tool Scoop.it , I emailed the CEO with some questions from T he Free Radicals …. FREE RADICALS: What inspired you to create scoop.it ?
The purpose of this questionnaire is to help you spot opportunities and to motivate your team to improve your marketing. Why not try these questions with your team? Have fun!
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HBS Working Knowledge recently celebrated its tenth birthday, and we mark the occasion by looking back and looking forward. We've asked HBS Dean Nitin Nohria and a number of faculty to both remark on what they view as the most significant business management ideas of the first decade of the twenty-first century, and then to tell us what they hope will be the most fertile areas of business research between now and 2020.
When planning new products, companies often start by segmenting their markets and positioning their merchandise accordingly. This segmentation involves either dividing the market into product categories, such as function or price, or dividing the customer base into target demographics, such as age, gender, education, or income level. Unfortunately, neither way works very well, according to Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, who notes that each year 30,000 new consumer products are launched—and 95 percent of them fail.
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