10 Gifts For You To Succeed In 2011.

Rich Gee Group

Peters and Waterman — “In Search of Excellence”. How To Be More Productive When You Work From Home.

5 Core Values For The Workplace

Tim Milburn

Bob Waterman has written a penetrating little book, Adhocracy: The Power to Change. ” is a positive, productive question that we should ask ourselves each day. Focused leadership over time implies productive, useful perseverance. The initial costs of entry, especially for marketing, will be prohibitive. ” The minimum stakes can be staggering, and the entry costs for other kinds of products are, in fact, much higher. This is a guest post by Robert L.

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Guest Post: Dilenschneider on Workplace Core Values

Eric Jacobson

Bob Waterman has written a penetrating little book, Adhocracy: The Power to Change. is a positive, productive question that we should ask ourselves each day. Focused leadership over time implies productive, useful perseverance. The initial costs of entry, especially for marketing, will be prohibitive. The minimum stakes can be staggering, and the entry costs for other kinds of products are, in fact, much higher.

Category Creation Is the Ultimate Growth Strategy

Harvard Business Review

Having grown up in Hawaii, I have the utmost respect for Laird as a waterman. While I've helped many clients grow their products, brands, and overall businesses, there is nothing as exhilarating as helping a company create an entirely new category. in incremental market capitalization for every $1.00 in incremental market capitalization for $1.00 Category creation requires innovation teams to re-think their role beyond just creating new products and services.

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How GE Applies Lean Startup Practices

Harvard Business Review

As the world becomes more digitized, generating more information surrounding products and services and speeding up processes, large and small companies in every industry, even manufacturing, are starting to compete more like the software industry, with short product lifecycles and rapid decision-making. The Lean Startup is an approach to developing new products that came out of “Agile” software development, with “sprints” (quick deliverables) and fast learning.