Issue 125

Improvisational Innovation™ Two Words That Will Turn Employee Ideas Into Execution
Jan. 21, 2015 - By: Deborah Perry Piscione
125 “New ideas and bold bets are essential for the livelihood and survival of any organization ... The methodology behind Improvisational Innovation™ addresses how to identify, source, data-mine and execute upon new ideas from any employee, at anytime.”



Issue 124

It’s Your Turn: Make Something That Matters
Dec. 23, 2014 - By: Seth Godin
124 “'Your turn' ... is the model of the person who makes change. We seek the change that is interesting, the change for the better, and most of all, the change that connects us to someone else. This is the freedom to make change, and the willingness to seek out the tension it brings.”


Get Off the Couch!
Dec. 23, 2014 - By: Roger Connors & Tom Smith
124 “Almost everyone has experienced collapsing from exhaustion on their metaphorical 'couch' after repeated attempts to solve a problem that feels out of their control ... the point is to not be victimized by your circumstances, but to take accountability for your circumstances and get out there and go do something.”


Everything We Know About Great Workplaces is Wrong
Dec. 23, 2014 - By: Ron Friedman, Ph.D.
124 “Suppose that later this evening, after you have stepped away from your keyboard, put on your jacket, and traveled home for supper, your organizations underwent a magical transformation, reshaping itself into the world’s best workplace. How would you know?”


How To Create Eternal Life In Any Business
Dec. 23, 2014 - By: Noah Fleming
124 “What if I told you that there is a gold mine of new business that you’re probably missing out on? And what if I told you that these will be the easiest to find, most loyal, and highest grossing customers you will ever find? These are what I call, your evergreen customers. Your evergreen customers are the ones you already have.”


Get Rid of the Jerks
Dec. 23, 2014 - By: Dr. Bob Tobin
124 “What’s the best way to have a better life? Just do this one thing: Get rid of the jerks. Yes, that’s right, get rid of those people who are bothering you, the people who hold you back, the ones who don’t appreciate you, the ones who complain all the time, the ones who are always criticizing you, the ones who drive you nuts, the ones who just tolerate you.”



Issue 123

Debunking the Myths, Lies, and Misconceptions of Word of Mouth Marketing
Nov. 12, 2014 - By: Ted Wright
123 “If you have ever tried to discuss word-of-mouth marketing, you’ve likely confronted the many myths and misconceptions that surround it. I’ve heard every single one of them [and] I’ve gotten pretty good at responding. Maybe I can help you do it too.”


Fight Through the Ambush: How to Thrive When Shit Hits the Fan
Nov. 12, 2014 - By: Jake Wood
123 “There’s a reason that the word ambush has made its way into American corporate vernacular. In today’s volatile and hypercompetitive business world, we are all constantly on the front lines. So forget about trying to avoid going to battle … being a high-stakes leader means stepping into the arena.”


Welcome to the Conscience Economy
Nov. 12, 2014 - By: Steven Overman
123 “Something extraordinary is happening. Humankind’s increasing interconnectedness is causing a global transformation of values and expectations, at both the individual and societal level. The shift is reaching a tipping point that will transform business forever. … That’s great for humanity—and for business.”


Choose Your Impact, Change the World
Nov. 12, 2014 - By: Mindy Hall
123 “Who do you want to be as a leader? What impact do you want to have? How do you want people to experience you? No matter where you fall in the organizational structure, your ability to shape both the organizational culture and how others perceive you is a direct result of the level of intention with which you operate.”




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