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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Don’t Ask Permission
Indicate your intent instead. Simon Sinek tells the story of a top U.S. Navy submarine commander who made one very simple change–sharing intention instead of asking permission–to improve the performance of his ship and crew. This subtle change is really … Continue reading
Posted in Communications, Leadership Tagged initiative, leadership, millitary, ownership, Simon Sinek Comments Off on Don’t Ask Permission
DICEE (Not Dicey) Products
Are you still making undifferentiated beige boxes of mediocrity, developed by lowest-common-denominator product managers that are sold through “the channel” to anybody who fogs a mirror? Look to your financial results if you don’t know the answer to the question. … Continue reading
Posted in Product Development Tagged Guy Kawasaki, product development, speakers, video Comments Off on DICEE (Not Dicey) Products
Who Are You?
Being self aware is good for us as leaders, and it’s good for us collectively as corporations. Not every company is a Silicon Valley startup. Nor does every company have a patent wall that can deflect competition. Yet many companies … Continue reading
Posted in Communications, Organization, Philosophy Tagged financials, Hong Kong, ROE Comments Off on Who Are You?
Not Offensive, Just Stupid
Congratulations to the Giants for their Super Bowl win yesterday. I was also glad to enjoy an entertaining game that kept me interested until the last play. Less entertaining were the GoDaddy ads. They’ve been a one-trick pony for years … Continue reading
Posted in Branding Tagged advertising, Super Bowl Comments Off on Not Offensive, Just Stupid
Improve Your Super Bowl Ads
When I watch ads during the Super Bowl Big Game, I usually find myself muttering “call to action, call to action” to the point that my wife starts putting away the sharp objects. The amount of air time that’s wasted … Continue reading
Posted in Branding, Marketing Tagged media, Super Bowl, technology, television Comments Off on Improve Your Super Bowl Ads
Building Your Brand with Top Level Domains
Do you have a strong brand name? Wouldn’t you like to own the letters to the “right of the dot?” I think it’s a really good idea to consider it. ICANN recently opened the window for new top level domains–for … Continue reading
Apple’s War Chest
Chunka Mui provides his reasons for Apple to say no to using some of its $100 billion cash as a one-time dividend for shareholders. As a shareholder myself and one that’s been handsomely rewarded by Apple’s focus on the experience, … Continue reading
Posted in Communications, Marketing, Predictions, Product Development Tagged apple, apple retail stores, chunka mui, dividends, Forbes, Google Comments Off on Apple’s War Chest
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