Interview with Amy Kates – HR Revolution Middle East Magazine

Kates Kesler

Amy Kates is interviewed by the HR Revolution Middle East Magazine after providing organization design teaching in Egypt. read more … Publications Team

4 Steps to Getting Published in Magazines

David A Fields

A question I was asked: How do I go about getting my articles published in high-circulation magazines? The post 4 Steps to Getting Published in Magazines appeared first on David A. What would your suggestion be to this consultant? What has worked for you? Post your suggestions below. (I’ll

4 Steps to Getting Published in Magazines

David A Fields

A question I was asked: How do I go about getting my articles published in high-circulation magazines? Step one is finding the magazines […]. What would your suggestion be to this consultant? What has worked for you?

How to Grab a Magazine Editor’s Attention

David A Fields

Text and images are © 2015 David A. Fields, all rights reserved. Consultants Marketing writing generating interest visibility

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How To Pitch A Thought Leader Magazine Article

Henry DeVries

If you want to get a magazine to publish an article that you write, you will need an angle Thought leaders get published.

Consultant’s Advice: Use numbers

Consultants Mind

Learning Economist MagazineNumbers are compelling. They are easy to see and remember. They serve as proof. No wonder your resume bullets should have them. The Economist uses numbers to great effect. In fact, they love fractions. Copy/pasted quotes from last two issues of the Economist. All quotes, click on the titles for links. Family offices become […]. The post Consultant’s Advice: Use numbers appeared first on Consultant's Mind.

Economist – November 2018

Consultants Mind

Learning Economist MagazineRead the Economist. Full stop. It’s well-written, free-market, slow-news, and entirely useful. If you pick up a copy from 6 months ago, it’s still relevant because they talk about trends, and key drivers. Not the day-to-day gyrations of public opinion, demagoguery, and lizard-brain stories about violence. No, it’s British, definitely libertarian, and measured. Like I […].

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The banality of the magazine rack

Seth Godin Blog

Stop for a minute to consider those magazines that stack up like firewood at the doctor's office, or that beckon you from the high-priced newsstand before you get on the airplane.

Magazine Ad Revenues Plunge; Google Collects Half of Mobile

MishTalk

Magazine Ad Revenues Plunge; Google Collects Half of Mobile Internet Ads; Cannibalization of Ad Market. Lets start with a look at PEW Center research that shows News magazines hit by big drop in ad pages. Total consumer magazine ad pages dropped 4.9% MISHS. Global Economic.

Time Magazine Promotes Illegal Nonsense: Don’t Pay Taxes (If You Didn’t Vote for Trump)

MishTalk

Time Magazine is a sponsor of the latter. In an opinion piece on Time Magazine, writer Mark Weston, author of The Runner-Up Presidency , says 65 Million Americans Should Threaten to Not Pay Taxes. There’s fake news. There’s also non-news. Then there is idiotic advice that borders on being illegal (if not outright illegal).

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NSA Breaks Into Secure Communication Links of Google and Yahoo; Italian Magazine Claims NSA Monitors Pope

MishTalk

Italian Magazine Claims NSA Monitors Pope. This story is not yet confirmed but Reuters reports Italian magazine says U.S. Panorama magazine said that among 46 million phone calls followed by the U.S.

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Dow 20,000: Another Magazine Curse? Amusing Cover Flashbacks From Economist, Newsweek, Others

MishTalk

The magazine says Get Ready for Dow 20,000. Is this yet another magazine curse? Barron’s is going wild over the Dow. Why not 80,000? The Dow is up 13% so far this year, the Dow is outpacing both the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq. more…). Economics

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Print Media Doom Part 1: Is Ad Revenue Decline the Beginning of the End?

The Thirsty Dog

The Media advertising aging population digital media flipboard jason price seattle magazine Newspaper newsweek paywall revenue thirsty dog consulting washington postThis post by Jason Price can be seen at The Thirsty Dog Blog - Seattle's Finest Blog on Business and Consulting by Jason Price. In this installment, Jason Price covers the impacts of declining Ad Revenue and an Aging Readership on the print news media industry.

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Print Media Doom Part 3: News is a Commodity

The Thirsty Dog

The Media digital media flipboard Jason Price jason price seattle magazine news media Newspaper paywall Print News Media revenue Seattle social media thirsty dog consulting user experienceThis post by Jason Price can be seen at The Thirsty Dog Blog - Seattle's Finest Blog on Business and Consulting by Jason Price. Jason Price covers the impacts of social media and the commoditization of news have had on traditional print media as well as potential new revenue sources.

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Print Media Doom Part 2: Lack of Vision and Strategy = Epic Fail

The Thirsty Dog

The Media advertising digital media Jason Price jason price seattle magazine news media Newspaper Print News Media revenue search engine strategic planningThis post by Jason Price can be seen at The Thirsty Dog Blog - Seattle's Finest Blog on Business and Consulting by Jason Price. In this installment – Jason Price examines the effects of limited vision and strategy and the corresponding decline in advertising revenue have had in the print media industry.

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Pricing Needs to Reflect Who People Want to Be, Not Just What They Want

Harvard Business

How magazines price themselves, and how identity figures in. Customers Pricing Digital Article

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Kevin Kelly: Inevitable Technology Trends #1 and #2

Consultants Mind

It’s written by Kevin Kelly, co-founder of Wired magazine, and does an amazing job of explaining what artificial intelligence (AI) is, what it is becoming, and… Read More » The post Kevin Kelly: Inevitable Technology Trends #1 and #2 appeared first on Consultant's Mind. Started reading The Inevitable: 12 Technological Forces that Will Shape Our Future (affiliate link). I am only on page 83, and I have already bought 9 copies for friends.

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A Media Business Model That Makes the Most of Print

Strategy+Business

Selectionnist.com has created a Web-based bridge between print magazines and online shopping

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Corporate training: $70 billion largely wasted?

Consultants Mind

Training magazine estimates here that it is approximately $70 billion annually for companies with more than 100 employees. Corporate learning and development is a huge market. While that is a huge number, it feels about right. All of this training takes the form of L&D headcount, outside consultants, training tools, travel, and other education spending. They estimate… Read More » The post Corporate training: $70 billion largely wasted? appeared first on Consultant's Mind.

Consulting tip: Read the Economist

Consultants Mind

So many reasons I like the magazine: Clear thinking, clear writing International in scope; not America-centric Libertarian thinking, but not “gold standard” fundamentalist Opinionated; strong point of view Witty (British, after all) … Continue reading → Graphics Data Economist VisualizationI have been reading the Economist since 1991.

Are We Sending the Right Message?

Markovitz Consulting

The latest issue of the Spring 2018 AME Target magazine excerpts some mind-boggling—and depressing—data from LNS Research about continuous improvement.

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The best advice I ever got

Consultants Mind

Today I found an old Fortunte magazine on my shelf dated March 2005. Warren Buffet is on the cover – looking a good 13+ years younger – and the title proclaims: “The best advice I ever got.” Perhaps this had more significance to me because I was wrapping up my MBA and about to start full-time at Deloitte, […]. The post The best advice I ever got appeared first on Consultant's Mind. Learning

Looking Back with Prescience

Strategy+Business

Starting a quarterly magazine dealing with the biggest ideas means working hard on the ability to see into the future

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Avoiding Fads and Fashions in Org Design: Talent Management Video Interview with Amy Kates

Kates Kesler

Talent Management magazine recently interviewed Amy Kates. Click here for a five minute video on why trends and styles have no place in organization design.

Data Analysis: the meaning behind the US state names

Consultants Mind

I saw an article from Mental Floss Magazine by Matt Soniak called How All 50 States Got Their Names. Happy Birthday! The United States is celebrating its 236th birthday today. It was well-timed for July 4th, but a bit long … Continue reading → Consultant Learning Analyzing Data Business Consulting Data Analysis Excel Management consulting Maps Presentation Tools Visualization

Website or No Website? Answers and Help for Independent Consultants

Successful Independent Consulting

Magazine and they think they’re digital marketing experts. As a self-employed consultant do you really need a website? I’m asked this a lot, particularly if a consultant gets most business from referrals or they contract through agencies or boutique firms.

The 4 Easy Hurdles Between You and Thought Leadership

David A Fields

Plus, you’re invited to speak at conferences, write articles for prominent magazines and pose for your effigy to be carved into mountains. The benefits of thought leadership for consultants are well established.

Should You Pay to Be a Recognized Authority?

David A Fields

When I am included in their list they send a press release and include me in their monthly magazine. A consultant emailed me this question yesterday: David, I’ve been recognized in the past by an organization as a “Top Thought Leader” in my area.

Mighty Dollar: Economist Contrarian Cover Nails the Top

MishTalk

Magazine covers tend to coincide with extreme sentiment. The Economist is particularly good at offering contrarian articles. In December of 2016, The Economist nailed the peak in the US dollar with its “ Mighty Dollar ” issue. more…). Economics

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How to be an Interesting Person

CaseInterview.com

When I first became a dad, I started reading Cosmo Teen Magazine. Hint: Buying and reading a magazine you don’t normally ever read is hardly rocket science.). When you’re an interesting person, people want to connect with you. They want to work with you, hang out with you, or work for you. Candidly, being interesting is a major advantage in both your personal and professional lives. An interesting person can’t easily be categorized, stereotyped. or ignored.

Consulting tip: Subscribe to Fast Company

Consultants Mind

It is a iconoclastic magazine which is easy to read, fun, and honestly, pretty cheap at $1 per month per magazine here at discount mags. I read Fast Company.

consulting niche celebrity

Kai Davis

Guest articles, published on established and new sites or in popular trade magazines that your target market reads. Magazines and trade publications. Guest articles, published on established and new sites or in popular trade magazines that your target market reads. What magazines and trade publications do they subscribe to? Do you want an unstoppable value proposition for your business?

Becoming a “Consulting Niche Celebrity”

Kai Davis

Guest articles, published on established and new sites or in popular trade magazines that your target market reads. Magazines and trade publications. Guest articles, published on established and new sites or in popular trade magazines that your target market reads. What magazines and trade publications do they subscribe to? Do you want an unstoppable value proposition for your business?

Jim Whitehurst on the Open Organization: A Conversation with the CEO of Red Hat

BCG

Under his leadership, Red Hat was named to Forbes magazine’s list of “The World’s Most Innovative Companies” in 2015, 2014, and 2012, and named one of the best places to work by Glassdoor in 2016, 2014, and 2013. Video Monday, October 17, 2016.

CEO Oasis: Relief for “Loneliness at the Top”

Emerson Consulting Group

A Certified Management Consultant, he has penned columns for Huffington Post, the American Management Association and Boston Magazine. By Ken Lizotte CMC. As part of his ongoing column in Money Inc. It’s 8 PM and everyone has left the building except the guy at the top, Steve, CEO of a mid-size manufacturing firm. For months now, Steve has been struggling over cash-flow problems with no solution in sight.

How (not) to win consulting work in the future

The Source

Sandy is the financial controller of a well-known arts and craft magazine, a job Matt would happily trade for any day of the week. THE SCENE: A bar in midtown Manhattan. It’s late and two men in their 50s sit hunched over their beers.

Social media is good … newsletters are better … here are 8 reasons why

Rod Burkert

Craig Mod wrote this in an article for WIRED magazine: We simply cannot trust the social networks, or any centralized commercial platform. So, does your website speak the right lingo ? You know how you want to feel when you land on someone’s website.

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Is Writing a Business Book Worth the Trouble?

Emerson Consulting Group

A Certified Management Consultant, he has penned columns for Huffington Post, the American Management Association and Boston Magazine. By Ken Lizotte CMC As part of his new column on Money Inc. Most days we CEOs are caught up fighting fires, initializing paperwork, running to and from meetings and, well, running, running, running. At the end of each day, we are often spent, exhausted, and, frankly, glad to be out of the building!

Kates Kesler named to Forbes Best Management Consulting Firms List

Kates Kesler

Kates Kesler has been named to Forbes magazine’s list of Best Management Consulting Firms for 2016 in the Organization sector. The selection of the best management consultancies is based on two surveys; one of 7,286 partners and project managers from a wide range of firms and one of 1,316 clients that use management consulting services. Both surveys were conducted online from November 2015 to February 2016.

When Selling, Ask Questions, Rank Your Prospects … and Listen!

Emerson Consulting Group

A Certified Management Consultant, he has penned columns for Huffington Post, the American Management Association and Boston Magazine. By Ken Lizotte CMC. As part of his column on Money Inc. Asking questions is critical to succeeding in selling your product or service or your business in general. Too often otherwise good sales reps fail because they just haven’t learned to stop talking and start listening.

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