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How Early-Adopter Companies Are Thinking About Apple Vision Pro

Harvard Business Review

But what are early adopter companies really doing with Apple’s new hardware, and what do they hope to get out of these investments? The piece examines efforts from Lowe’s, e.l.f. Cosmetics, Hanifa, and the PGA Tour to understand these companies’ strategies.

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Choose Change!

Lead Change Blog

Rogers categorizes coworkers into five groups, according to how they deal with accepting new ideas: The innovators are always in for a new idea and are quick to adopt; often also quick to drop an idea in favor of a new, more attractive looking idea. If the change is good, the early innovator will come along anyway. Who to Target.


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Four FREE Giveaways for Early Adopters


In just 8 short weeks, The Myths of Creativity , will hit the shelves of bookstores everywhere. We’ve already been overwhelmed by the love people are showing for the book by pre-ordering it.

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Have You Learned to be an Early Adopter

First Friday Book Synopsis

“His parents were simply early adopters of what will become an essential learning tool for the next generation.” ” (speaking of a three year old in Sweden working “on his music” on an iPad). I’n in Natchitoches, LA, for our [.].

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Just How Early Do You Need To Be An Early Adopter? – Pretty Early

First Friday Book Synopsis

Just how early do you need to be an early adopter? Pretty early. The pace of change is breathtaking. You can fall behind in a heartbeat. And somebody, somewhere, is trying to move ahead of you right now. And someone else is trying to move ahead of the someone who is trying to move ahead […]. Randy''s blog entries'

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When It Comes to Change, Are You a Cuddly Curmudgeon or Early Adopter?


Individuals will always have different levels of hesitancy when it comes to change. Learn how to address skepticism in a way that makes change easier for everyone at your organization. Today’s post is by Dr. Sarah Stebbins, author of From Fire to Water: Moving Through Change: Six Elements for Personal Resiliency (CLICK HERE to get your copy).

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Why Startups Fail: Six Issues to Avoid

Leading Blog

Early adopters and mainstream customers have different needs, and both need to be tested. Success with early adopters can be misleading and give founders unwarranted confidence to expand. Success with early adopters can be misleading and give founders unwarranted confidence to expand. False Positives.