Manifestos tagged with Entrepreneurship


A General’s Guide to Deploying an Army of Entrepreneurs
Aug. 3, 2011 - By: Jennifer Prosek
"While I may have started out building a chain–mindful that a chain is only as strong as its weakest link—I came to see that interweaving the threads of a rope came much closer to meeting my goal of a cohesive, interactive team."
What If They Listened to Entrepreneurs?
July 6, 2011 - By: Henry R. Nothhaft
“Before any significant and sustained increase in the creation of good middle-class jobs can take place, the voice of the entrepreneur who is the source of all breakthrough innovation and job growth must be heard.”
Why a Corrupted Service Covenant Has Made Customers Wired and Dangerous
June 8, 2011 - By: Chip R. Bell & John R. Patterson
“Today’s customers are already picky (all about value), fickle (reluctant to show loyalty), vocal (quick to comment on poor or indifferent service) and vain (only interested in tailor-made offerings). Armed with a computer and a network, the new normal customer becomes wired and dangerous if frustrated.”
The Third Screen: Why Mobile Is a Game Changer
June 8, 2011 - By: Chuck Martin
“We’re in the midst of a revolution bigger than the TV or PC and businesses of all types and sizes will be faced with how to deal with it. Not only are many businesses not ready, others are totally unaware."
Little Bets: Think Differently
May 4, 2011 - By: Peter Sims
“Our education system places great emphasis on teaching us about facts that are already known, such as historical information or scientific tables, and then testing us in order to measure how much we’ve retained about that body of knowledge. Those skills work perfectly well for many situations, but not when doing something new. Or creative. Or original. They certainly won’t help us invent the future."
Make It Happen: Turning Good Ideas Into Great Results
May 4, 2011 - By: Peter Sheahan
“The world is not short of ideas. It’s not. It is short of people who can execute on them. It is short of people who know how to take their aspirations and make a real impact on the world with them."
The Micropreneur Manifesto: How to Stay Solo, Bleed Passion, and Build Products that Matter
March 9, 2011 - By: Rob Walling
“Micropreneurs are agile, inspired, independent, knowledge seekers who can't live with the 9-to-5 status quo. If this resonates with you, read on. This manifesto attempts to distill the key points you'll need as you begin your micropreneur journey. I learned every one of them the hard way.”
Activating the Entrepreneur Within
Feb. 16, 2011 - By: Jeffrey Weber
"So you, dear reader, want to know if you are an entrepreneur. It would be so easy to draw your blood and see the entrepreneurial DNA floating about and qualitatively state, “Yes, he is an entrepreneur!” But what good would this do? There still would be so much lacking outside the control of simple DNA to activate the entrepreneur within you.”
Six Reasons Why the Sharing Society (aka the Mesh) Will Trump the Ownership Society
Feb. 16, 2011 - By: Lisa Gansky
“Get out of your chairs and into the streets, kids—the Internet has come to town. Literally. The IT revolution started by moving data around. Now mobile devices have spread the revolution to physical things—to the street."
The Fallacy of the Great Idea
Aug. 4, 2010 - By: Trevor Ginn
"Many entrepreneurs feel that they cannot start a business without a great idea. They believe it will be impossible to succeed without a completely new concept, as the market will already be cornered by established businesses. Only by venturing into uncharted territory can they achieve their dreams. This is the fallacy of the great idea."



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