Mon.Oct 07, 2019

Automation Tips For Consultants with Steve Glaveski: Podcast #109

Consulting Success

These days, technology has offered so many opportunities for businesses to grow at a much cheaper way. In the midst of this is outsourcing and automation. Steve Glaveski, the CEO of Collective Campus, outlines some tips on how you can employ these new strategies for growth effectively.

The Secret to Winning the Marketing Game

The More Clients Blog

Marketing is a game. And the whole point of a game is to make something more important than something else. What we make important in the marketing game is attracting great clients, earning good money, and making a difference. There are two important secrets to winning this game.

How consulting firms in Australia can help to future-proof their business

The Source

It may have enjoyed a long period of growth, but the Australian economy has hit some big bumps in the road recently, and the jury is out as to whether things are set to change for the better.

The Steps to Overcome Change Fatigue at Work

LSA Global

More Organizational Change? Leaders shouldn’t be surprised when they face skepticism and change fatigue at work. Sure, most organizations are in a constant state of change and people must adapt to thrive, but research shows that most change efforts are more apt to fail than to succeed.

The Definitive Guide to Becoming a High-Growth Company

Why do some companies grow at a double-digit pace every year, while others experience nominal (or even flat) growth year over year? Discover the common attributes that your High-Growth Clients have in common as they outperform their competition in top-line growth!

What We’ve Learned after 100 Podcast Episodes

Leadership Vision Consulting

Today on the podcast, our team is reflecting on our first 100 episodes. We share what we've learned, some of our favorites, and what we're hoping to do with the show in the next 100 episodes. LISTEN NOW! The post What We’ve Learned after 100 Podcast Episodes appeared first on Leadership Vision.

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The Big Fish theory

Seth Godin Blog

In all markets, the market leader gets an unfair advantage. That’s because casual and unsophisticated customers choose the leader because it feels easier and safer. The strategy, then, is not to wish and dream of becoming a big fish. The strategy is to pick a small enough pond. By engaging with the smallest viable audience, you gain the reputation and trust you need to move to ever bigger audiences

Social Anxiety and Success

Harvard Business

We’re often told that to succeed in the workplace, you need to bring your A game, play office politics, and network nonstop. But how do you do that when you suffer from social anxiety? Host Morra Aarons-Mele speaks with Ellen Hendriksen, a clinical psychologist, and Arvind Rajan, the CEO of Cricket Health and a former executive at LinkedIn. Communication Networking Health Audio

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Who Are Your Friends?

Alan Weiss

Ask your buyer before the project begins, “Who are the key people we need to co-opt to support us early?” ” These may be hierarchical, or social, or symbolic, but try to “stack the deck” before you encounter inevitable opposition. Business of Consulting

Why Some Rules Are More Likely to Be Broken

Harvard Business

And how to write regulations that people actually follow. Managing organizations Organizational culture Regulation Digital Article

Assessing the Five Styles of Enterprise Business Intelligence

The world of BI and analytics has evolved. Discover the five styles of reporting and analysis, and learn the pros and cons of each in an enterprise scenario.

Ad Hominem Attacks on Greta Thunberg

CaseInterview.com

Over the last week or so, I’ve been watching people’s reactions to 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg. A year ago, she led a protest of one person (herself) against the lack of action world leaders have made versus climate change. She recently led a protest involving upwards of 4 million people around the world for the same cause. After sailing across the Atlantic Ocean in a zero carbon footprint yacht, she spoke passionately at the United Nations, advocating for more action.

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Will a Bachelor’s Degree Matter as Much for Gen Z?

Harvard Business

Faster and cheaper pathways to good first jobs are emerging. Education Disruptive innovation Developing employees Educational Institutions Digital Article

Why Companies Do “Innovation Theater” Instead of Actual Innovation

Harvard Business

They put too much focus on process and not enough on product. Innovation Organizational culture Digital Article

Research: People Want Their Employers to Talk About Mental Health

Harvard Business

Nearly 60% of employees have never discussed their mental health at work. Health Organizational culture Stress Digital Article