Manifestos tagged with General Business


Finding Excellence: How to Give and Be Our Best Every Day
April 16, 2014 - By: Harry Paul & John Britt
“What many call excellence is actually average incognito. So the first step is to come to know what this elusive term called excellence really is. Once you view excellence in its purest form, then you can set your course with a compass that clearly shows if you are on the right path.”
Your Product or Service Is Either Relevant or It’s Worthless: Three Things You Need to Do to Make Sure It’s Relevant
April 16, 2014 - By: Andrea Coville & Paul B. Brown
“In an environment where literally thousands of messages are competing for attention, how do you get people to pay attention to your business, message, or offering? Simply put: by being relevant.”
How Your Biases Make You Blind
April 16, 2014 - By: Faisal Hoque & Drake Baer
“If a company is homogenous in form, it leads to a lack of understanding of what value the customer wants. That misunderstanding is the seed of disruption, for the gap between the value you think your customers want and the value your customers actually want is precisely the space where a competitor can replace you.”
The Brevity Mandate
March 12, 2014 - By: Joseph McCormack
“The business world today is full of information overload and there is not enough time to sift through it. If you cannot capture people’s attention and deliver your message with brevity, you’ll lose them. Getting to the point is a non-negotiable standard. The reasons why are plentiful.”
A Manifesto for the Corporate Idealist
March 12, 2014 - By: Christine Bader
“We are Corporate Idealists. ... Are we delusional or realistic? Are we changing the way that business is done or tinkering at the margins? Terrified of the risks or excited by the opportunities? Is our love of big business justified or misguided? Yes. This is our manifesto.”
The Smart People Manifesto: How to Get Our Nation’s Top Graduates to Build Things
March 12, 2014 - By: Andrew Yang
“Our smart people are doing the wrong things. If we can get them to do the right things it will transform the country. We need more jobs, new enterprises and a resurgent culture of innovation in the U.S. The question is—how can we encourage our top people to take risks and build new things?”
Four Forces for Economic Dominance to Unleash the Second American Century
Feb. 19, 2014 - By: Joel Kurtzman
“The United States is about to enter a period of prolonged economic growth, filled with opportunity. It’s not the emerging market countries that will power the world into the next economic era. It’s the United States.”
The DO! Manifesto: The Pursuit of Xceptional Execution
Jan. 29, 2014 - By: Kevin Kelly
“What if I told you many successful entrepreneurs didn’t start with a compelling vision or indeed a workable business plan? Guess what: That’s true. ... Xceptional execution is about taking a relatively simple idea from brainstorm to breakout hit.”
Trust Trends 2014: An Executive Brief on How to Gain the Ultimate Competitive Advantage from Key Opportunities Embedded in the Year’s Trends
Jan. 29, 2014 - By: David Horsager & Reid Velo
“Stories of distrust are overflowing from the news. Worse yet, leaders are leaving our world vulnerable. The trust crisis appears to be an inescapable cycle, but we believe there is hope.”
What? Your Organization Doesn't Have a Constitution?
Dec. 20, 2013 - By: S. Chris Edmonds
“Understanding the need for an effective culture is one thing. Creating and managing that culture is another. How does one go about creating something that, on one hand, is so important, but, on the other hand, seems so amorphous? Through the creation of an organizational constitution.”



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