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Finding Your One Thing, Bill Jensen

Simplerwork Blog: Killers or Saviors? Yes!

Virgin Disruptors Debate Today, Skip It! From an amazing trendsetter? Absolutely! But: We know the result.

Not the type of disruption I was thinking about.

Not the type of disruption I was thinking about.

(Source: mediocrecomic)

tinasheonline:

Disruptive Innovation.

I was recently introduced to the term disruptive innovation. Clayton Christensen coined and…

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Tinashe is right! Disruptive innovation doesn’t just apply to business and technology. Cultivating disruptive innovators is key!

tinasheonline:

Disruptive Innovation.

I was recently introduced to the term disruptive innovation. Clayton Christensen coined and…

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Tinashe is right! Disruptive innovation doesn’t just apply to business and technology. Cultivating disruptive innovators is key!

There’s so much noise out there. How do you make sure you’re heard over the rest of the chatter?

Sanjay Sanghoee, author of the best selling thriller Killing Wall Street, says we should strive to stand out without compromising our integrity and perspectives. http://bit.ly/18bHB5I

Don’t be afraid to try something new and take a risk. See the reaction that you get and that might encourage you to keep going.

Jackie Huba, author of Monster Loyalty, talks Lady Gaga, brand loyalty and stepping outside your comfort zone. http://bit.ly/1aIoqTs

Critical thinking will never die. From your time as a student up until you’re preparing for retirement, you should approach every situation with deep, concise thoughts.

Cory Doctorow discusses critical thinking and how there will never be a substitute for good parenting. http://bit.ly/196EwD4

The Internet is a powerful tool that has the ability to connect people and devices. Through it we have access to endless amounts of data. But are we putting that data to good use?

Daina Middleton, author of Marketing in the Participation Age, aims to utilize data to develop more complex marketing ecosystems. What’s your goal for data? http://bit.ly/16qTkyP

Step outside of your comfort zone. Our instincts always guide us back to what feels comfortable - even if it doesn’t work.

Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, author of Big Data, says we only advance by using disruptive technology outside of our comfort zone. http://bit.ly/1d8k74H

Always think about what you can give rather than what you can take. Once you have accomplished this, the next question to ask yourself is “what can I leave behind?”

Rajeev Peshawaria, author of Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders, approaches every situation with this mentality. He discusses this and the cost of constant connectivity.http://bit.ly/1g0Spqb

Cory Doctorow urges us not to place too much faith in securities and safeguards. Ultimately they won’t work against anyone who wants to get around them. http://bit.ly/1aokozl

We must find balance in everything that we do. Avoid moving either quicker or slower and try moving extremely quickly and extremely slowly. This and more from Joseph Jaffe. http://bit.ly/1exiT4G

The future is bright for big data. By throwing out old techniques and adopting new ones, we’re able to be more cost effective and translate big data into corporate value.

William McKnight, President of McKnight Consulting Group, discusses the value of big data and how to keep your clients up to pace with constant change.http://bit.ly/13pGdg7

Finding Your One Thing, Bill Jensen

Simplerwork Blog: Killers or Saviors? Yes!

Virgin Disruptors Debate Today, Skip It! From an amazing trendsetter? Absolutely! But: We know the result.

Not the type of disruption I was thinking about.

Not the type of disruption I was thinking about.

(Source: mediocrecomic)

tinasheonline:

Disruptive Innovation.

I was recently introduced to the term disruptive innovation. Clayton Christensen coined and…

View Post

Tinashe is right! Disruptive innovation doesn’t just apply to business and technology. Cultivating disruptive innovators is key!

tinasheonline:

Disruptive Innovation.

I was recently introduced to the term disruptive innovation. Clayton Christensen coined and…

View Post

Tinashe is right! Disruptive innovation doesn’t just apply to business and technology. Cultivating disruptive innovators is key!

There’s so much noise out there. How do you make sure you’re heard over the rest of the chatter?

Sanjay Sanghoee, author of the best selling thriller Killing Wall Street, says we should strive to stand out without compromising our integrity and perspectives. http://bit.ly/18bHB5I

Don’t be afraid to try something new and take a risk. See the reaction that you get and that might encourage you to keep going.

Jackie Huba, author of Monster Loyalty, talks Lady Gaga, brand loyalty and stepping outside your comfort zone. http://bit.ly/1aIoqTs

Critical thinking will never die. From your time as a student up until you’re preparing for retirement, you should approach every situation with deep, concise thoughts.

Cory Doctorow discusses critical thinking and how there will never be a substitute for good parenting. http://bit.ly/196EwD4

The Internet is a powerful tool that has the ability to connect people and devices. Through it we have access to endless amounts of data. But are we putting that data to good use?

Daina Middleton, author of Marketing in the Participation Age, aims to utilize data to develop more complex marketing ecosystems. What’s your goal for data? http://bit.ly/16qTkyP

Step outside of your comfort zone. Our instincts always guide us back to what feels comfortable - even if it doesn’t work.

Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, author of Big Data, says we only advance by using disruptive technology outside of our comfort zone. http://bit.ly/1d8k74H

Always think about what you can give rather than what you can take. Once you have accomplished this, the next question to ask yourself is “what can I leave behind?”

Rajeev Peshawaria, author of Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders, approaches every situation with this mentality. He discusses this and the cost of constant connectivity.http://bit.ly/1g0Spqb

Cory Doctorow urges us not to place too much faith in securities and safeguards. Ultimately they won’t work against anyone who wants to get around them. http://bit.ly/1aokozl

We must find balance in everything that we do. Avoid moving either quicker or slower and try moving extremely quickly and extremely slowly. This and more from Joseph Jaffe. http://bit.ly/1exiT4G

The future is bright for big data. By throwing out old techniques and adopting new ones, we’re able to be more cost effective and translate big data into corporate value.

William McKnight, President of McKnight Consulting Group, discusses the value of big data and how to keep your clients up to pace with constant change.http://bit.ly/13pGdg7

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~ Bill Jensen, Mr. Simplicity

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