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Those of you familiar with this blog know that I’m generally a strong marketing advocate. That said, my typical pro-marketing position assumes that certain key fundamentals are in place to insure that the lunatics don’t somehow become in charge of the asylum.

StrategyDriven Podcast Episode 45 – Marketing & Sales: Closing the Value Gap

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Episode 45 – Marketing & Sales: Closing the Value Gap examines the evolution of the business-to-business selling process and the gap between what customers want and what their service providers and vendors provide.

What I Learned About Networking When I Asked a Stranger for a Kidney

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About Lisa Petrilli Twitter, LinkedIN, EMAIL Lisa Speaking Hire Lisa RSS What I Learned About Networking When I Asked a Stranger for a Kidney 25 May It was June of 2006. I am a marketing revolutionist.

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Female Leadership on the Decline in Canada :: Women on Business

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found that the number of women in top executives positions in Canada has fallen over the past year from 37 women in the highest-paying executive jobs in 2006 to just 31 in 2007.

The perils of starting your career in a recession

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It's widely regarded that starting ones career in a recession can severely hit your bank balance. Research conducted in 2006 for instance suggests that you can suffer for a decade before your earnings get back on track. How does a recession impact upon their career? The research suggests that executives who begin their career during a recession generally rise to the top of the career ladder faster than peers who began their career during boom times.

Byron Wien’s 20 Lessons Learned

Michael Lee Stallard

While working at Morgan Stanley in New York City, I met and discovered the writings of several thoughtful market analysts. Do the numbers crunching in the early phase of your career. Short-cuts can be construed as sloppiness, a career killer. When seeking a career as you come out of school or making a job change, always take the job that looks like it will be the most enjoyable. 1 strategist by SmartMoney.com based on his market calls during that year.

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How to Establish Thought Leadership? Interview With Dr. Liz Alexander

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Thought leadership is important for building careers and for building organizations. Tanmay Vora] Liz, when I started my own blog in 2006, I had no idea about the concept of thought leadership.

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Boost Your Career with Social Media: Tips for the Uninitiated

Harvard Business Review

There is a lot of advice out there about keeping your online activity from hurting your career. To make the most of social media to further your career, you need to make a conscious choice to use it for professional purposes, understand what your goals are, and then actively manage your digital footprint. When it comes to advancing your career, there are three things social media is particularly suited for: Building your personal brand. "It

A Few Parallels Between Sports, Life and Leadership

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When we have no control over the external situations (economy, markets, unforeseen circumstances etc), readiness to adapt is the single most valued skill that we can develop as human beings.

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Drinking the Talent Kool-Aid | N2Growth Blog

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But My Business Is Different… | N2Growth Blog

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All business (for profit or not) provide goods, services, or intellectual property/capital to a market (or markets) for some form of consideration.

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Facing Challenges | N2Growth Blog

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Regardless of where you are in your life and your career, I can promise you one thing; you will consistently be faced with challenges and obstacles along the way.

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The Heart of a Warrior

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15 Key Lessons On Managing Change

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market forces) and internal ones (e.g. Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer 15 Key Lessons On Managing Change Change, they say, is the only constant. With rapid globalization and advent of technology, the rate of change in society and in organizations has just multiplied.

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Adding Value: A Gentle Reminder

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In the current competitive market we should not only focus on the scope, time and budgets, quality but also needs to provide some value adds to the customer.

Statesman vs. Politician | N2Growth Blog

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Leadership & Initiative Overload | N2Growth Blog

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Efficient vs. Effective | N2Growth Blog

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How To Create Lasting Influence | N2Growth Blog

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Leaders: Born or Made? | N2Growth Blog

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Business Model Architecture | N2Growth Blog

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Furthermore, a business plan, strategic plan, marketing plan, capital formation plan, exit plan, etc., Business models must be designed with great care at the outset, but they must also be fluid in order to react to changing market conditions and avoid becoming stagnant.

Loyalty vs. Tenure | N2Growth Blog

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Leadership & Emotional Control | N2Growth Blog

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I have only raised my voice in the workplace twice during my career and both times I have regretted it tremendously. Resist the temptation to give way to emotional decisioning and you’ll see your career and company soar to new heights of success.

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Frank Moss: An interview by Bob Morris

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An entrepreneur and veteran of the computer industry, Frank Moss spent his career bringing innovative technologies to market. Ten years ago he set out to make a broader contribution to the world, leading him to cofound a cancer drug discovery company and then to the MIT Media Lab, where he served as director from 2006 [.].

Buzzwords Aren't All Bad | N2Growth Blog

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How Dumb Is Your Business?

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It applies to your branding, marketing, supply chain, and ultimately to your customer base.

CEOs Who Began Their Careers During Booms Tend to Be Less Ethical

Harvard Business Review

The stock market had more than doubled in the previous five years , and the unemployment rate was at a 30-year low. ” Imagine you were sitting in the audience that day, about to begin constructing your career. CEOs who began their careers in prosperous times tend to use riskier financial strategies than CEOs who first entered the workforce in recessions. Based on these previous findings, we wondered: Would CEOs who began their careers during boom times be less ethical?

The Lost Art of Brevity | N2Growth Blog

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Vision and Leadership | N2Growth Blog

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The Leadership Walk

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Managing Board Relations | N2Growth Blog

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link] Rob Hiliard Mike: Priceless and savvy advice – If only I’d had this insight early on in my career as a CEO I would have been spared a lot of pain and suffering.

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Shut-up & Listen | N2Growth Blog

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Organizations can no longer guarantee work and careers, even if they want to. Jettisoned employees are finding that their hard won knowledge, skills and capabilities earned while being loyal are no longer valuable in the employment market place.

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Leadership Interview – Marshall Goldsmith | N2Growth Blog

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Among the many things that make leadership more challenging today is the global market in which leaders must compete.

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What’s the Biggest Idea in Corporate Culture Today?

Marshall Goldsmith

It means you’re probably going places in your career. When he took over as Ford’s CEO in 2006, the company was in dire straits, with market share down 25 percent since 1990 and its very existence threatened by the great recession. The practice of executive coaching introduced corporate culture to an exciting new idea: the end of shame. Under the guidance of a coach, it’s OK to admit what you don’t know and ask for help.

Leveraging Down for CEOs | N2Growth Blog

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Contingency Planning | N2Growth Blog

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Disruptive Business Models | N2Growth Blog

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So, in today’s post I’ll examine the power of disruption as a key business driver… Disruptive business models focus on creating, disintermediating, refining, reengineering or optimizing a product/service, role/function/practice, category, market, sector, or industry.

How to Build a Brand | N2Growth Blog

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Avoid controversy, maintain a high likeability factor, consistently and proactively engage your customers, be a business of character that engenders trust and confidence with your target market(s), produce a quality product or service at a competitive price point, and provide great customer service.

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Leadership and Opportunity | N2Growth Blog

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How many times have you witnessed someone holding-out for a higher price, better valuation, evolving markets, technology advances, or any number of other circumstances that either never transpire, or by the time they do, the opportunistic advantage had disappeared?

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The 'Invisibles' in Business Performance

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Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer The ‘Invisibles’ in Business Performance In world of quality and management, W. Edwards Deming is widely famous for “Deming’s 14 points” and “Seven Deadly Diseases”.

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No Pain, No Gain. Life Lesson on Endurance

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He was a marketing executive with a large pharmaceutical company when he decided to pursue his calling and start a fitness center. Photo Courtesy: Eric Lon’s Photo stream Tags: Endurance , Leadership , Persistence Career Related , Improvement & Development , Leadership , Self Growth | Tanmay January 25, 2010 3 Comments By Amit Tikekar, January 25, 2010 @ 7:53 am Hi Tanmay Sir, This is really true-’No Pain,No Gain’ Wonderful blog to start the week.