The Collaboration Economy, by Eric Lowitt, is a book for leaders young and old about how to enable the world to achieve a state of sustainable development.
With more than 70 business skills for small business success, Business Techniques in Troubled Times is a powerful toolbox of business skills. It’s a book of proven practices, an action guide, and a business toolkit for small businesses and entrepreneurs.
This is a post on 50 ways how NOT to make money. If you want to make money, then it also helps to really understand how not to make money. If you learn these insights well, you can avoid years of fruitless efforts, and can get back on track faster from failed attempts.
Should you focus on incremental changes or disruptive innovation? If you simply keep making small, incremental improvements, can you survive or thrive in the market? According to Luke Williams, you can’t. In the book, Disrupt: Think the Unthinkable to Spark Transformation in Your Business, Luke Williarms argues that to survive and thrive in the market, you need to BE the disruptive change and be the only one who does what you do.
This is a powerful, inspiring, and enlightening guest post by Elizabeth Haas Edersheim, Ph.D. on great management lessons.
I think Elizabeth’s essence revolves around the idea that she is a “student of management”, so I’ve asked Elizabeth to boil down her best insights as a lifelong student of management.
In StoryBranding: Creating Standout Brands Through the Power of Story, Jim Signorelli shows us how to build effective brand personalities, reveal our truths, and connect at values in an authentic way. With StoryBranding at your side, you have a powerful brand-building framework, and Signorelli’s extensive experience at your fingertips, helps you sell the truth.