By Ross Mayfield on February 2, 2018
Photo by Stefan Cosma on Unsplash The single greatest competitive advantage a startup has is it’s focus. It’s what you must do. It’s how you can survive and advance. It’s where you find differentiation. It’s why you can slay big dragons. Here’s some key considerations for finding your Startup Focus and putting it to work. The […]
By Maggie Fox on February 6, 2013
Some rights reserved by hockadilly One of my favorite sayings (with apologies to Jim Collins, author of From Good to Great) is: “If you have more than three priorities, you have no priorities.” I literally use this to run my business life – every year, my team and I agree on three high-level strategic priorities for the […]
By Phil Fersht on January 22, 2012
Click here to listen to Friday’s excellent web-discussion involving HfS Research’s own (and definitely not SOPA-rific) Jim Slaby and Terametric’s tera-fic Chris Selland. And for those of you who can’t be bothered, here were the main points of note: * SOPA/PIPA have worthy anti-piracy goals, but are highly problematic in technological, political, legal, and commercial terms. They […]
By Chris Selland on January 7, 2011
‘Influence’ is a hot topic these days and rightfully so – but I’ve become a firm believer that influence is less and less about individual experts and more in highly-participative community environments.