By Michael Krigsman on July 20, 2015
Every executive should master the art of storytelling. It is an essential skill when trying to explain concepts, ideas, and plans, so they unfold naturally and make sense to the listener. Telling a story is essential to everyone attempting to sell a product or pitch an idea. In all these scenarios, storytelling is an important […]
By Thomas Otter on October 30, 2012
Continuing my attempts to bring Shakespeare into as many posts as I can…. Let specialties be therefore drawn between us, That covenants may be kept on either hand. (Taming of the Shrew II. i. 127-8) A couple of weeks ago, I presented at the HR Technology Conference in Chicago, the topic being SaaS Contracts: how not to […]
By Michael Krigsman on June 24, 2010
In some organizations, Pollyanna-like tendencies emerge whenever they plan new projects, leading to inevitable failure.
By Zoli Erdos on May 21, 2010
Who said Enterprise Software couldn’t be sexy? Click through for the solution…
By Zoli Erdos on November 18, 2009
By James Governor on September 25, 2009
If anyone counts as a ring leader for emerging global microbrands it is Hugh MacLeod. Hugh is a creative, a prankster, high end management consultant and wine merchant all rolled into one. What is a global microbrand?
The Global Microbrand is nothing new; they’ve existed for a while, long before the internet was invented. Imagine a […]