Mon.Feb 10, 2020

Tell Better Stories And Win More Consulting Sales With John Livesay: Podcast #125

Consulting Success

When we want to sell something, we have to consider not just selling the product, but to also make ourselves or our company sellable. We have to make an impact to our potential customers if we want to fully sell our whole package, especially if we are to market ourselves as consultants.

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What is a Brand and Why Do You Need One?

Consulting Matters

You can look at building a consulting and coaching practice in one of two ways. You can think of yourself as a freelancer who simply is always on the lookout for the next job. Or you can think of yourself as a brand that attracts right fit clients for years to come.

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The future of air travel

McKinsey

Airlines and passengers alike are flying into a world of flygskam and flying taxis. Insights on Travel, Transport & Logistics

175: Diana Wu David—Future Proof You and Your Work

On the Brink Podcast

Learn how to identify your own path to the future! This was a very timely interview with Diana Wu David. Diana is the author of the new book, " Future Proof: Reinventing Work in the Age of Acceleration. "

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The Surprising Effects of Business Vs. Leisure Travel

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Learning vs. Unlearning

CaseInterview.com

Over the years, I’ve paid a lot of attention to teaching methods. I’ve done so in my role as a teacher in my work and also as a parent. One thing I’ve come to appreciate is the value of learning the fundamentals of any domain. Whether it’s math, how to swing a baseball bat, or leading a team of executives, nearly everything in life is a skill. You can learn that skill poorly or properly.

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Please Stop Lighting Matches Near the Dynamite

Alan Weiss

Preventive action is far superior to contingent action, because it saves money, time, embarrassment, and sometimes, lives.

Outsourcing companies move (back) into consulting, but do they have the right business model?

The Source

Organisations’ attitudes to core and non-core business functions are changing. As we noted in a recent article on this blog, many previously non-core activities (technology is the big one) are now viewed as being integral to most organisations.

Management Philosophies That Drive Culture & Growth - Interview with Alex Rooney

Strategic Planning and Management Insights

In this episode of the Strategy & Leadership Podcast , we're joined by Alex Rooney, Vice President and co-founder of Vision33 Inc. Alex and his company specialize in IT and professional services with several business lines including SAP, business application software, change management and developing intellectual property. Impressively, Vision33 has averaged 25% year over year growth for the past 15 years. culture management hiring

Mastering automotive software-launch excellence

McKinsey

Automotive players can crack the code on superior launch performance by reducing complexity and increasing robustness in embedded software development. Automotive & Assembly Insights

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 Does It Take To Be A Social Media Influencer And Instagram Star?

Henry DeVries

What does it take to be a social media influencer and Instagram star? As a social media star, sponsors will pay the pair to mention the clients, brands, and campaigns in Instagram posts, tweets and blogs

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Unaided awareness

Seth Godin Blog

Name a brand of sneaker. Name a flavor of ice cream. Name a dead rock star. If you came up with answers like Nike, Chocolate or Prince, you’re not alone. This is unaided awareness, the ability to name a member of a category without having to choose from a list. It’s tempting to want to be the Nike of your category. It really pays off in group situations, where someone wants to be sure to choose an option that ‘everyone has heard of.’

How the Japanese Government’s New “Sandbox” Program Is Testing Innovations in Mobility and Technology - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN

Harvard Business

Sponsor content from Japan Cabinet Office. Design Experimentation Innovation Sponsor Content

To Improve Data Quality, Start at the Source

Harvard Business

You’ll thank yourself later. Data Communication Operations Digital Article

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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.

Top Boards Do These 4 Things Differently

Harvard Business

Real leadership is about more than reviewing financial statements. Leadership Corporate governance Boards Digital Article

Research: The Downsides of Trying to Appear Ethical

Harvard Business

Navigating fairness, loyalty, and bias at work. Ethics Decision making Digital Article

Does Your Team Have an Accountability Problem?

Harvard Business

Approach the situation with curiosity, not blame. Developing employees Giving feedback Difficult conversations Digital Article