Manifestos tagged with Business


Cherry Bombs: A Supplemental Kit to „Radical Careering„
Oct. 12, 2005 - By: Sally Hogshead
Stuck in a career rut? No way out? Lob a cherry bomb! "Cherry bombs are quick but explosive ideas that startle a situation out of paralysis. Bursts of thinking to create change within you, or around you." ...
The Personal MBA: Mastering Business Without Spending a Fortune
Sept. 7, 2005 - By: Josh Kaufman
Business schools don't have a monopoly on worldly wisdom - if you care more about increasing your effectiveness at work than a diploma and a few lines on your resume, the "Personal MBA" is for you.
Critical Thinking for Managers: A Manifesto
Sept. 7, 2005 - By: Crystal King
Crystal King provides a how-to-think critically guide. With many choices in today’s world, managers need to be critical thinkers and encourage their employees to be the same. ...
25 Ways to Distinguish Yourself
Sept. 7, 2005 - By: Rajesh Setty
According to Setty, "being part of the commodity crowd erodes your value." You need to rise above the crowd by following Setty's 25 ways. ...
The Hypomanic American
Sept. 7, 2005 - By: John D. Gartner
Are all American entrepreneurs hypomanic? John Gartner defines the hypomanic American and describes traits associated with hypomania. ...
The "PSF" is Everything!
Sept. 7, 2005 - By: Tom Peters
This manifesto's subtitle is: Making the Professional Service Firm a "Lovemark" in an Age of "Managed Asset Reflation". Read on to discover why Peters believes the "professional service firm is everything".
The Youth of Today
Aug. 5, 2005 - By: DK
Everyone is always wondering what kids are thinking. DK gives you view into the complicated and sometimes contradictory world of today's teens. ...
Bet This! A Gambler's Guide to Leadership
Aug. 5, 2005 - By: Eileen Shapiro
Eileen Shapiro thinks that betting is a part of everyday life. Check out her four tests (and one proxy) for action-based leadership. ...
Why Smart People Defend Bad Ideas
Aug. 5, 2005 - By: Scott Berkun
The problem with smart people is that they like to be right and sometimes will defend ideas to the death rather than admit they’re wrong. ...
This is Radio Clash: A Manifesto for Creating a Meaningful Radio Experience
July 1, 2005 - By: Fred Jacobs
Radio is under fire. Radio companies think it is about the technology. Fred Jacobs suggests they should start with the listeners. ...



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