Issue 77 - Published Dec. 8, 2010
Radical Management: Mastering the Art of Continuous Innovation Radical Management: Mastering the Art of Continuous Innovation
By Stephen Denning

Published Dec. 8, 2010 12:01 p.m. - "Radical management focuses the entire organization on the goal of constantly increasing the value of what the organization offers to its clients. Once a firm commits to this goal, traditional command-and-control bureaucracy ceases to be a viable organizational option."
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O Brave New World: Driving Profitable Growth in the New Demand Economy O Brave New World: Driving Profitable Growth in the New Demand Economy
By Rick Kash

Published Dec. 8, 2010 12:00 p.m. - "For the first time in the memory of most working people, we now live in a world of contracting markets, diminished consumer demand and anemic pricing power. And that in turn means that our current and widely adopted formula for growth is now obsolete."
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Principles Under Pressure: Working in Adversarial Relationships Principles Under Pressure: Working in Adversarial Relationships
By Aryanne Oade

Published Dec. 8, 2010 12:00 p.m. - "This manifesto is about how to work with such an adversarial character, whether they are your boss, peer or team member. It is about how to use the specific behavior you need to use to help you manage the unclear boundaries, ambivalent motives and occasional duplicitous conduct that characterizes adversarial working relationships."
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Don't You Want to Do Real Marketing? Don't You Want to Do Real Marketing?
By Ernan Roman

Published Dec. 8, 2010 12:00 p.m. - “I define real marketing as follows: treating customers and prospects the way we want to be treated, and earning the sale and the long term relationship through the value we provide."
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The Era of Jack Welch is Over: Create Real Value Now, or Perish The Era of Jack Welch is Over: Create Real Value Now, or Perish
By Douglas Rushkoff

Published Dec. 8, 2010 12:00 p.m. - "Yes, the net has changed business as profoundly as anything since central banking. But instead of seizing the opportunity, most businesses are still so addicted to the old way of doing things that they do the very opposite: they use the net to entrench themselves even further into the Industrial Age landscape that is fast disappearing."
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