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sexta-feira, 4 de outubro de 2013

Wireless Technology and the Connected Car

Wireless Technology and the Connected Car:

tmcnet.com


One of the great, wide-open frontiers for cellular companies is the automotive market, and wireless players are pursuing it aggressively.





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60 Second Solutions

60 Second Solutions:

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25 Ways to Be More Creative

25 Ways to Be More Creative:

BY Christina DesMarais, inc.com


You might think of cre­ativ­i­ty as some­thing clever mar­keters or copy­writ­ers whip out when they need to come up with a com­pelling ad, or a per­son­al trait only cer­tain peo­ple, such as suc­cess­ful ser­i­al entre­pre­neurs or bril­liant…





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Beware the Cannibal In Your Product Line Steve Landis,...






Beware the Cannibal In Your Product Line

Steve Landis, hbr.org


Kantar Worldpanel predicts that 75% of growth for consumer products companies in the next decade will come through new product development. And yet, more than half of senior executives declare themselves unsatisfied with the financial returns of…





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Innovation Isn’t Just About New Products

Innovation Isn’t Just About New Products:

Vijay Govindarajan and Jatin Desai, hbr.org


The innovation mindset isn’t just about product innovation.


Some organizations have focused on product innovation for so long they don’t know how to innovate in any other areas. For example, in 2010, Microsoft —one of the world’s best product…





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You Can Win Without Differentiation

You Can Win Without Differentiation:

Freek Vermeulen, hbr.org


For decades, strategy gurus have been telling firms to differentiate. From Michael Porter to Costas Markides and through the Blue Oceans of Kim and Mauborgne, strategy scholars have been urging executives to distinguish their firm’s offerings and…





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Timeline Photosfacebook.com Já con­hece nosso per­fil no...






Timeline Photos

facebook.com


Já con­hece nosso per­fil no Twit­ter? É o local certo para saber tudo sobre gestão de pes­soas, negócios, empreende­doris­mo, sus­tentabil­i­dade e muito mais. Acesse, cola­bore, par­ticipe, siga-nos …





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Further Thoughts On Why BlackBerry’s Failure Could Be Your...






Further Thoughts On Why BlackBerry’s Failure Could Be Your Failure Too

Haydn Shaughnessy, forbes.com


It’s a year and a half now since I offered the view that RIM, the name we used to give to Black­Ber­ry, was a bust­ed flush in part because its new strat­e­gy was too nar­row. Over the months that fol­lowed, the new CEO Thorsten Heins, made a real…





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Apple Spent Over $150 Million To Create The Original iPhone Jay...






Apple Spent Over $150 Million To Create The Original iPhone

Jay Yarow, businessinsider.com


Fred Vogel­stein has a must read story on the cre­ation of the iPhone in the New York Times Mag­a­zine.


It’s chock full of great lit­tle details, and you absolute­ly should read it. Here’s one of many lit­tle nuggets from the story.


Accord­ing…





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A Breakdown of Twitter’s 200+ Million Users (Comic) Nitrozac and...






A Breakdown of Twitter’s 200+ Million Users (Comic)

Nitrozac and Snaggy, allthingsd.com





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