Manifestos tagged with PR


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."
Practically Radical: Four Simple Truths about Leading Change and Making a Difference
Jan. 19, 2011 - By: William C. Taylor
“We are living through the age of disruption. You can’t do big things if you’re content with doing things a little better than everyone else or a little differently than how you did them before."
The Era of Jack Welch is Over: Create Real Value Now, or Perish
Dec. 8, 2010 - By: Douglas Rushkoff
"Yes, the net has changed business as profoundly as anything since central banking. But instead of seizing the opportunity, most businesses are still so addicted to the old way of doing things that they do the very opposite: they use the net to entrench themselves even further into the Industrial Age landscape that is fast disappearing."
Make Your Web Site a Real-Time Machine
Nov. 3, 2010 - By: David Meerman Scott
“Now, we’re entering a fifth era of the evolution: transformation of the Web site into a real-time marketing (and sales) machine. This is the natural evolutionary outcome of a process that started with a new way to slip brochures under people’s doors.”
How to Be Effective: Structuring Change, Managing Change, Leading Change
Oct. 6, 2010 - By: Jonathan L. S. Byrnes
“Successful change, being effective, involves three things: structuring change, managing change, and leading change. I call this The Golden Triangle of Change."
Being Clutch, Or How Not To Choke Under Pressure
Sept. 8, 2010 - By: Paul Sullivan
"We crave the feel-good story of the kid from nowhere who uses his one shot to win gold. But often we start to think of him as more than a great athlete, and this is when problems start. Such deification muddies how the greatest athletes, businessmen, politicians, and military commanders learn to perform so well under pressure."
15 1/2 Ideas to Make Your Presentation Go From Boring to Bravo
Sept. 8, 2010 - By: Kristin Arnold
"In this Manifesto, I share 15½ of the simplest techniques to take your presentations from boring to bravo—so engaging that your audience will be inspired to take action.”
How Time Pressures Shape Behavior (And Provide Clues to Solve Thorny Issues in Business, Health, and Society)
Aug. 4, 2010 - By: Adrian Ott
"No matter whether you are a business, government entity, or non-profit organization, understanding the Time-onomic forces that shape behavior and define a situation provides clues to solve some of our most challenging issues in business, health, and society."
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."
The Internet as Social Movement
Aug. 4, 2010 - By: n+1
"From the first, and in no small part because of its fervent supporters, it has felt less like a technology and more like a social movement—like communism, like feminism, like rock and roll. An ideology we could call webism. While the rest of us look up movie times, buy sweaters, and post jihadi videos, the webists proclaim the new age.”



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