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Fusion 2014: Its all about disruption of business models and IT
(March 11, 2014) Last week, WTN Medias Fusion 2014 conference in Madison, WI captured information technology-driven external business challenges and IT leaders responses....
Five practices to sail successfully in the unrelenting waves of disruption
(March 4, 2014) The pace and magnitude of disruptive forces crashing against the seawalls of our businesses and personal lives only grow stronger....
Prediction: Intuit ad will win the Super Bowl ad competition
(January 28, 2014) At last, a Super Bowl advertisement that will reach new heights without all the hype thanks to Intuit.
Super Bowl XLVIII...
You cant solve a problem without addressing the root cause.
(January 7, 2014) Sarah Ramirez, a Stanford-educated PhD, left her job as an epidemiologist to return to her farming roots so she could...
Business-to-individual business models will win out in the Connected Customer Era
(December 3, 2013) Dealing with the move from the Industrial Era to the Digital Era was tough for many companies. And now we...
A business model turning big data into smart data
(November 15, 2013) Companies are increasingly finding that Big Data doesnt mean Smart Data. And that difference is opening up a new business...
Acquisition PacMan weakens the business model
(November 11, 2013) The developers of Pac-Man built an arcade game so esteemed that it resides in the US Smithsonian Institution and New...
Fidelmans RaynForest business model creates marketplace for endorsers and marketers
(October 30, 2013) Humanity generates as much data every two weeks as was generated from the dawn of civilization to 2003, according to...
Are your business model strategy and marketing communications aligned?
(October 23, 2013) A dangerous canyon often arises between business model strategy and marketing. Separate roles, meetings, deliverables, timetables, personalities and consultancies exist...
Has the drive for efficiency through cost cutting gone too far?
(October 17, 2013) The drive for efficiency has gone too far in my estimation.
But efficiency is always good, you might protest. True, productivity...