Manage Your Intellectual Property

Johanna Rothman

The company hires you, pays you a wage, and in return, your intellectual property belongs to them. Every time you create something, you create intellectual property. That property has value over your lifetime plus 70 years according to general copyright law. You don’t need to worry that someone else will use your intellectual property without your permission. When we manage product development for organizations, we work for hire.

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Consulting Success

Consulting Success Podcast Consultant Content Creation defining success Foresight Futurist intellectual propertyPeople fear the future because they think they can’t control it. However, if you know how to anticipate, then perhaps you can take on the reins and continue to thrive.

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Why is Intellectual Property Creation Challenging?

Chad Barr

The post Why is Intellectual Property Creation Challenging? Videos content creation Digital Empire Creation Moment intellectual property resolving challenges© Chad Barr 2013. All Rights Reserved. appeared first on The Chad Barr Group.

Where Does Intellectual Property Come From?

Chad Barr

The post Where Does Intellectual Property Come From? Videos content creation Digital Empire Creation Moment intellectual property© Chad Barr 2013. All Rights Reserved. appeared first on The Chad Barr Group.

Digitizing Your Genius: Showcase Your Intellectual Property

Chad Barr

It’s incredibly important to “digitize” your intellectual property, manifesting your ideas in podcasts, articles, blogs, videos, e-books, newsletters, and other online media. What you read can have a huge influence on your intellectual property.

Ready to Create Your Intellectual Property?

Chad Barr

Creating intellectual property is truly easier than most think. The post Ready to Create Your Intellectual Property? Content Creation action plan content creation intellectual property top client challengesTo start, the simple structure I recommend you follow is the one that resembles a case study: A challenge your clients are facing. The top three ways of resolving this challenge supported with examples. The action you want them to take right away.

Tips to Protect and Profit from Your Intellectual Property

Emerson Consulting Group

Today licensing of intellectual property is a multi-billion dollar industry. In order to capitalize on such growth, entrepreneurs are seeking ways to protect and maximize the value of their ideas, inventions, artistic creations and other forms of intellectual property. Whether you are a business owner or entrepreneur, knowledge of intellectual property rights has never been more important. By Neil Burnstein.

How Much IP to Give Away & How Much Is Too Much

David A Fields

Consultants Intellectual Property Marketing intellectual propertyLet’s say Ann Oying, CEO of Cheapo Enterprises asks you for consulting help because she and her team are mired in misery and they don’t know the path out. But you do. You develop a comprehensive proposal for Ann, outlining the route to Nirvana. During the follow-up call, Ann informs you that, having reviewed your proposal, her team now feels they can reach Nirvana on their own.

The 4 Easy Hurdles Between You and Thought Leadership

David A Fields

Consultants Intellectual Property intellectual property thought leadershipThe benefits of thought leadership for consultants are well established. More inquiries from more clients, less competition and higher premiums on your projects. Plus, you’re invited to speak at conferences, write articles for prominent magazines and pose for your effigy to be carved into mountains. All of which lead to even more client inquiries. It’s a good thing.

When Do I Need to Give Attribution to Others?

David A Fields

Consultants Intellectual Property Speaking writing intellectual property starting projects A consultant asked me this question: When I am conducting client work or giving a client presentation, when do I need to cite the work of others when explaining my IP and when does it become my own? What advice would you give this consultant? When do you give attribution and when not? Share your thoughts on this by using the comment box below.

How to Make Consulting Prospects Attend to Your Brilliant Ideas

David A Fields

I snoozed many college hours away, slumped back in an easy chair with some heavy, open textbook balanced on [ ] Intellectual Property Marketing writingCollege made my eyebrows hurt. More on that in a moment. If you view thought leadership as an important ingredient in your consulting firm’s growth, keep this in mind: your ideas don’t matter if they’re tedious.

How Should You Protect Your IP in Client Contracts?

David A Fields

A consultant emailed me the following question: Should I write something into my contracts or proposals to protect my intellectual property? Consultants Proposals contract intellectual property proposalsMy clients have me sign lengthy agreements protecting all of their assets and I’m wondering whether I should have my attorney draw up something similar to protect the processes and models I’ve developed. What would your advice to this consultant be?

Is Theft of Your Intellectual Property Just a Part of Thought Leadership?

Chad Barr

Guest Post: Is Theft of Your Intellectual Property Just a Part of Thought Leadership? The inclusion of my eclectic gift ideas made it absolutely clear that the author did not recreate my intellectual property by chance. Further, I never had any contact with the author, and I neither granted permission to reproduce my intellectual property (IP) nor received attribution. I could lock my intellectual property away and dole it out with great caution.

Elon Musk Doesn’t Care About Patents. Should You?

Harvard Business

Strategy Business law Intellectual property Digital ArticleToday’s most successful companies are rethinking traditional notions of ownership.

How Much Intellectual Property Should You Give Away?

Chad Barr

The post How Much Intellectual Property Should You Give Away? How much should you share with potential clients when meeting with them and especially in your writing and on the web? I hear this question quite often and for years I was not a huge fan of “giving” away our IP and wisdom. Here is my belief now: If you think you are giving too much of it away, you are on the right track.

How Trade Secrets Hurt Innovation

Harvard Business

Intellectual property Innovation Digital ArticleThey restrict employee mobility.

3 Myths About China’s IP Regime

Harvard Business

Business law Intellectual property International business Digital ArticleFears of forced technology transfer are overblown.

When Fandom Clashes with IP Law

Harvard Business

Intellectual property Arts & Culture Law Digital ArticleShould companies control all the ways people experience art?

Big Tech Has a Patent Violation Problem

Harvard Business Review

Intellectual property Antitrust laws Technology and analytics Digital ArticleCongress needs to make it easier to enforce IP protections.

Why Companies Shouldn’t Be Allowed to Treat Their Diversity Numbers as Trade Secrets

Harvard Business

Intellectual property Diversity Business law Digital ArticleSome tech firms are going out of their way to avoid uncomfortable disclosures.

Pen vs Sword

Tom Spencer

Writers share information and create intellectual property, and writing is the work of the educator, the scientist, and the author. In contrast, fighters defend or acquire existing resources like land, property and oil reserves, and fighting is the province of the military, common thugs, and investment bankers. For many of the world’s largest corporations, such as McDonald’s, Virgin and Apple, intellectual property is their most valuable asset.

Is China Actually Stealing American Jobs and Wealth?

Harvard Business

National competitiveness Economy Competition Intellectual property Digital ArticleIt’s a political talking point, so let’s look at the data.

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Why Create a Variety of Content?

Chad Barr

Videos best practices books Digital Empire Creation Moment eBooks intellectual property podcasts process visuals videos© Chad Barr 2013. All rights reserved. The post Why Create a Variety of Content? appeared first on The Chad Barr Group.

Conduct Interviews to Generate Content and Increase Your Reach

Chad Barr

Videos client interviews content creation Digital Empire Creation Moment intellectual property© Chad Barr 2013. All rights reserved. The post Conduct Interviews to Generate Content and Increase Your Reach appeared first on The Chad Barr Group.

How to Create Powerful Content

Chad Barr

Content Creation Videos call to action content creation Digital Empire Creation Moment intellectual property provocative content© Chad Barr 2013. All rights reserved. The post How to Create Powerful Content appeared first on The Chad Barr Group.

Chad Barr Keynote at the 2012 CAPS Convention

Chad Barr

© Chad Barr 2013. All Rights Reserved. The post Chad Barr Keynote at the 2012 CAPS Convention appeared first on The Chad Barr Group.

Advice I Would Have Given Myself 15 Years Ago

Chad Barr

General Business Videos client success content creation intellectual property marketing product creationIn this interview, Chad discusses the advice he would have given himself 15 years ago. The post Advice I Would Have Given Myself 15 Years Ago appeared first on The Chad Barr Group.

What is The Digital Empire Creation Program

Chad Barr

Content Creation Videos Alex Goldfayn articles content creation Digital Empire Creation Dr. Sally Mounts intellectual property internet strategies podcasts process visuals provocative content

How to publish a book

Consulthon

Can anyone advise the manner in which I can get this published without signing away all intellectual property rights I have written a book on Behaviour and culture change and this is 90% complete.

How to Create Great Content for Your Website

Chad Barr

My Book - Million Dollar Web Presence Quoted In The Media Alan Weiss content creation intellectual property Million Dollar Web Presence provocative contentExcerpt from my book “ Million Dollar Web Presence ” as just published on Entrepreneur.com.

The Importance of Capturing Email Addresses

Chad Barr

Podcast Series: Raising the Barr capturing email addresses Creating High Instant Credibility intellectual property internet strategies targeted valueIn this podcast, Chad discusses why capturing visitors’ email addresses is important. Click the play arrow button below: © Chad Barr 2013. All rights reserved. The post The Importance of Capturing Email Addresses appeared first on The Chad Barr Group.

Contrarian Provocative Thinking

Chad Barr

Stop thinking about creating your web site and instead focus on creating the ultimate repository of remarkable content or intellectual property. General Business contrarian provacative thinking intellectual property thought leadership web dominance web presenceRather than stating the obvious and sounding like most others, why not reverse ordinary logic to think differently while provoking your clients to push the envelope.

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Attracting Consumer and Corporate Buyers Through Your Web Presence

Chad Barr

Your web presence is one of the key manifestations of your intellectual property (IP). Marketing content diversity intellectual property internet strategies leverage technology product creation thought leadership web presenceDoes your web presence represent a major buying potential for consumer and corporate buyers and impact your revenues? Absolutely.

Blockchain Could Help Artists Profit More from Their Creative Works

Harvard Business

Blockchain is a new technology platform, running on millions of devices and open to anyone, where not just information but anything of value — money, titles, and deeds, but also music, art, scientific discoveries, and other intellectual property — can be moved and stored securely and privately, where trust is established not by powerful intermediaries like movie studios, streaming services, banks, or other companies, but rather through mass collaboration and clever code.

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11 Tips for Creating Provocative Content

Chad Barr

Podcast Series: Raising the Barr content creation GET NOTICED intellectual property provocative content questions targeted valueCreative provocative content should not be hard. Click on the play arrow below and listen to this podcast and Chad reveal 11 tips for creative such content. Chad Barr 2013. All rights reserved. The post 11 Tips for Creating Provocative Content appeared first on The Chad Barr Group. Creative provocative content should not be hard.

12 Habits to Increase Success

Chad Barr

General Business assertiveness communication continuous improvement fear of rejection intellectual property leverage technology marketing Meet the Buyer MTB product creation successHere are the 12 habits I have recognized that increase my success: Invent and create new offerings. Refine my language. Publish. Leverage. Improve my marketing and sales skills. Create trusting relationships and communities. MTB = Meet The Buyer (and a lot of them). Gentle assertiveness.

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Podcast Openings

Chad Barr

Digital Empire Creation content creation intellectual property podcast openings provocative content

10 Reasons Why Develop Your Content

Chad Barr

Podcast Series: Raising the Barr accountability content creation content diversity intellectual property product creation provocative content success targeted value thought leadership writingThinking of strengthening your own thought leadership? This podcast then is a must. Listen to Chad discuss his ideas by clicking the play arrow button below: © Chad Barr 2012. All rights reserved. The post 10 Reasons Why Develop Your Content appeared first on The Chad Barr Group.

Proper Attribution Please

Chad Barr

Sharon was never given any credit for her intellectual property. There is a fine line between the need to legally protect our intellectual property and encouraging others to follow in our footsteps. I’m always appreciative and grateful when others use and share my ideas and intellectual property and it is a trademark of an individual with integrity who always gives proper credit where credit is due.

Are You Transforming Your Input Into Output?

Chad Barr

While attending meetings, workshops or events where new ideas and intellectual property are being shared, I see most (self included) take copious notes. Creativity Learning Alan Weiss continual learning continuous improvement intellectual property New York Society for the Advancement of Consulting thought leadershipI am here in New York at Alan Weiss’s Society for the Advancement of Consulting meeting.