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I’m already finding our 2011 Almanac incredibly useful to get a quick snapshot of events / information during meetings or on planes. Here’s a quick video to take you through it – let us know how you’re using it and what other formats / rearrangements and back issues...
Perception, and emotion drive behaviour, whether you like it or not. I was vividly reminded of this when I walked in to an accident scene not so long ago. A number of very clever (but tired) people were there, one of them with a nasty wound from an accident, blood all over the floor. Everyone...
“And the core of the strategist’s work is always the same, discover the crucial factors in a situation and design a way to coordinate and focus actions to deal with them.” (Richard Rumelt in the June 2011 McKinsey Quarterly.) I think this is a great summary – it gets to...
Global LPO put on by KPO was different from what I had expected and a little light on expected attendance. It did have a feed to a Web audience, and KPO videotaped all of the session, which will play out for some time for CLE credits for sure. So how this will play out for [...]Global LPO put on...
Can you really have a cohesive IP Strategy at the corporate level? I don’t think so. Unless of course they are one and the same thing. (Small companies with effectively one business unit obviously have the same IP Strategy for both.) Otherwise, each business unit needs its own defined IP...