Issue 99 - Published Oct. 10, 2012
Rethinking Your Business from the <br>Outside In Rethinking Your Business from the
Outside In

By Harley Manning, Kerry Bodine, & Josh Bernoff

Published Oct. 10, 2012 12:00 p.m. - “If you read the pages of the Wall Street Journal you would come to believe that business is about big deals—about multi-billion dollar acquisitions, massive pay packages for executives, macroeconomic forces ... In fact, the secret of success is in the little things."
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Uncommon Wisdom: Why Great Leaders Don’t Reward Results Uncommon Wisdom: Why Great Leaders Don’t Reward Results
By Eric C. Sinoway

Published Oct. 10, 2012 12:00 p.m. - “The framework of this manifesto will help managers and leaders identify the employees who represent the future of their business, and it will help them spot and eliminate the organizational vampires that may kill it.”
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Trust-and-Track: A New Approach to Small Business Success Trust-and-Track: A New Approach to Small Business Success
By Nick Sarillo

Published Oct. 10, 2012 12:00 p.m. - “At the core of trust-and-track is an optimistic belief about people. I have always believed that if you trained people right and took care of them, they would do the right thing for both themselves and the business.”
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Timeless Leadership for a New World Timeless Leadership for a New World
By Erika Andersen

Published Oct. 10, 2012 12:00 p.m. - “Even though our leadership choices are no longer life-or-death (for the most part), unpredictable local and global economies, new business models arising from shifts in technology and consumer buying patterns, and a changing workforce mean that it’s critical for organizations to have strong and flexible leaders.”
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The Laws of Subtraction: How to Innovate in the Age of Excess Everything The Laws of Subtraction: How to Innovate in the Age of Excess Everything
By Matthew E. May

Published Oct. 10, 2012 12:00 p.m. - “The noise is deafening, the signal weak. Everything is too complicated and time-sucking. Welcome to the age of excess everything. Success in this new age looks different, and demands a new and singular skill: Subtraction.”
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The Connected Company: How Distributed Organism Businesses are Rising Against the Machine to Build a More Connected World The Connected Company: How Distributed Organism Businesses are Rising Against the Machine to Build a More Connected World
By Dave Gray

Published Oct. 10, 2012 12:00 p.m. - “Companies are not really machines, so much as complex, dynamic, growing systems. After all, companies are really just groups of people who have banded together to achieve some kind of purpose.”
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