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How to solve the speed vs quality challenge with Agile

This is a great article that touches on the real challenges of delivering marketing and technology programs for now. It is not good enough to be “Agile” to speed things up. The question is how the business or the organisation applies Agile concepts as there are both good and bad ways to do so. There […]

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How B2B brands talk past their customers

Strong brands shown to have up to 20% higher EBIT than weak brands but many businesses plagued by “selective listening” neglect marketing and 2 way relationships with customers to their commercial detriment. Here’s what B2B businesses should do.

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Where to start a tech startup

Very interesting info graphic on tech startups. While most would associate this topic with Silicon Valley, there are many other places putting money into this area.

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Apple Management Lessons Every Company Should Steal

It’s producing the best products on earth, and delivering record-breaking earnings results. So what can other companies learn from Apple?

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Steve Job Presentation Genius (Download)

In case you missed it, you can download the Steve Jobs guide to presenting for impact. A very short and useful read for anyone.

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The Five Ways Companies Organize for Social Business

Overall, this is a powerful framework which can help organisations figure out where they are and what they’re aiming to achieve. Significantly, Owyang doesn’t present any model as being the ideal one, acknowledging that different organisations have different needs/objectives in social networks.

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Hidden Persuaders II

A marketing guru reveals some of the secrets of his profession…psychological tricks that the advertising industry used to make Americans want stuff, instantly transforming the image of America’s advertising executives from glamorous Mad Men into servants of Mephistopheles.

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Podcast: Groupon Has To Pivot Out Of The Daily Email Deals Business If It Wants To Survive

This podcast looks at a Groupon, one of the newer online business models and challenges the viability of relying on email for the long term.

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Review and definition of investor types

In my view the terminology being used for early stage investors by the press and the media is not as clear as it should be. I’ve talked about this on several occasions when I’ve been at conference and on panels, but I figured it would make sense to do a post explaining my taxonomy of the early-stage investing world.

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