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Month: February 2012

What Would Steve Jobs Do?: A book review by Bob Morris

February 21, 2012

What Would Steve Jobs Do? How the Steve Jobs Way Can Inspire Anyone to Think Differently and Win Peter Sander McGraw-Hill (2012) If you have “insanely great” talents, you don’t need this book.  Otherwise…. I recently read this book and…

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John Bernard: An interview by Bob Morris

February 21, 2012

John Bernard is the author of Business at the Speed of NOW, published by John Wiley & Sons in December of 2011.  He’s a top-rated speaker for the Conference Board, discussion leader on the Harvard Business Review blog, and his…

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Joe’s Journal: Where the Brotherhood of Intellectuals Meets Money-Grubbing Reality

February 21, 2012

Here is the latest post by Joseph A. Maciariello featured in the Joe’s Journal series at the Drucker Exchange (Dx) sponsored by the Drucker Institute. The Drucker Exchange (the Dx) is a platform for bettering society through effective management and responsible leadership. It is produced by the Drucker…

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Jeremy Lin and Talent Acquisition: Leave No Stone Unturned

February 21, 2012

Here is an excerpt from an article written by Frank Kalman for Talent Management magazine. To check out all the resources and sign up for a free subscription to the TM and/or Chief Learning Officer magazines published by MedfiaTec, please click…

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Marketing Metrics: A book review by Bob Morris

February 20, 2012

Marketing Metrics: The Definitive Guide to Measuring Marketing Performance, Second Edition Paul Farris, Neil Bendle, Phillip Pfeifer, and David Reibstein Prentice Hall (2010) Note: The review that follows is of the Second Edition (2010), a sequel to Marketing Metrics: 50+…

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Richard P. Rumelt: An interview by Bob Morris

February 20, 2012

Richard P. Rumelt received his doctorate from the Harvard Business School in 1972, having previously earned a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from UC Berkeley. He worked as a systems engineer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratories and served on the faculty of the Harvard Business…

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Key Value Drivers: Do’s & Don’ts

February 20, 2012

A key value driver (KVD) is any variable that drives value for shareholders. But few firms can identify their KVDs and thus use them for forecasting and improvement. Identifying your KVDs requires a deep understanding of your business and much…

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Don’t Let What You Know Limit What You Imagine

February 20, 2012

Here is an excerpt from an article written by William C. Taylor for the Harvard Business Review blog. To read the complete article, check out the wealth of free resources, and sign up for a subscription to HBR email alerts,…

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21 Ways to Kill Your Creativity

February 20, 2012

Here is an excerpt from an article written by Michael Michalko, author of business classics that include Cracking Creativity: The Secrets of Creative Genius (2001), Thinkertoys: A Handbook of Creative-Thinking Techniques, 2nd Edition (2006), and Creative Thinkering: Putting Your Imagination…

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Serial Innovators: A book review by Bob Morris

February 19, 2012

Serial Innovators: Firms That Change the World Claudio Feser John Wiley & Sons (2012) How and why continuous innovation and adaptation can help an organization “live” longer What we have here is a “hybrid” narrative that develops on two separate…

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