The trick is knowing the difference. A failure is when you set out to do something and it doesn’t work. An experiment is when you decide to learn if/how something works. A good or bad outcome is fine, as long as you learn what you set out to learn. You can’t innovate if you don’t […]
February 4, 2011
Walk into the store to buy a shirt. Lazy stockboy put them in upside down. Lazy manager ignores. Busy customer walks into the store next door.
July 6, 2010
I love this post from Steve Woodruff. Great advice for all CEOs. Moses was the leader. And everyone came to him with their problems, their disputes, their needs. Fortunately, a man named Jethro came along. Jethro was Moses’ father-in-law, but more than that, he was a wise and sensible fellow. A giver of good advice. […]
April 16, 2009
We’re gearing up for our next BlogWell: How Big Businesses Use Social Media event on April 29 in New York — and in doing so, we’re sharing a bunch of presentations from our last BlogWell. I’m always amazed at the ideas and stories that are shared by some of the biggest companies in the world […]
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