Corporate Culture And Changing Behavior

Eric Jacobson

Corporate Culture And Changing Behavior

Eric Jacobson

Composing your to-do list: Tackle the bigger challenges earlier in the day

The Organized Executive's Blog

However, the long-term odds of success are with you when you handle the day’s biggest challenge as early as you can, perhaps as the very first thing. You’re more prone to be distracted as the day goes on versus early in the morning.

How to schedule items on your to-do list

The Organized Executive's Blog

The long-term odds of success, however, are with you when you make a habit of handling the day’s biggest challenge as early as you can, perhaps as the very first thing. So, you have a compelling reason to tackle the biggest and most challenging tasks as early as you can get to them. Early, major victories have a way of impacting the rest of the day. This is a guest article by Jeff Davidson.

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Have your organization’s former Innovators become Laggards?

CO2

Memes are generated by Innovators, and require a committed group of risk-taking Early Adaptors to propel them forward. The Late Majority hold tight to the status quo, are fearful of change, and have difficulty adapting.

Do Your Customers Actually Want a “Smart” Version of Your Product?

Harvard Business Review

Analysts at Ericsson, for example, have shaved 20 billion off their early estimates. We began selling this new smart fan option and had several thousand excited early adopters. We were also a little too smitten with our technology, and assumed it would immediately appeal to the “early majority” – who as described in E.M. Rogers’ classic Diffusion of Innovation Theory – buy products en masse after the “early adopters.”