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Doing it right vs. Doing it on time

You have a choice how to get there: Launch quick, launch big, or launch great.  You can hit a deadline, feel proud, and get a thumbs up from the boss (or investors).  You can follow the very trendy strategy of “minimum viable product” and launch something that’s just OK and make it better later (if […]

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Verizon’s case study: The power of the crowd

Join us at‘s BlogWell: How Big Brands Use Social Media conference on July 18 in Chicago for 8 great case studies from MillerCoors, FedEx, U.S. Cellular, 3M, Kraft Foods, American Family Insurance, Reebok, and Aetna. Our BlogWell series is an amazing opportunity for social media leaders at big brands to get practical, how-to advice […]

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How do you unleash the creative energies of your team?

You have an office full of people who are smart and creative. But they’re completely bogged down with everyday work. It’s hard to focus on a big new idea when the usual crud keeps flowing into the inbox. You need to create a safe space for innovation. Set aside a specific time when it’s OK […]

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Newsletter #851: The “Find and Fix Problems” Issue

[Welcome back to the Damn, I Wish I’d Thought of That! newsletter. This is text of the great issue all of our email subscribers just received. Sign yourself up using the handy form on the right.] In a world where “good enough” isn’t good enough anymore, you can’t afford any slips in quality. Your mission should be […]

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There’s always a way to make it better

Even a simple business card can be a great new innovation. Check out the Poofka – a business card that turns into an iPhone stand. Give it to folks and they will pay attention — and maybe keep it for months. It only takes one idea to build a great business. Keep looking for yours […]

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