Posts Tagged ‘strategy’

Bookmarks for May 1st through May 5th

These are my links for May 1st through May 5th: Buchstabenwortwert Rechner – BWW – Geocaching – jcline/fuse-google-drive · GitHub – fuse-google-drive is a fuse filesystem wrapper for Google Drive released under GPLv2 Currently in preliminary development stages. Status: directory listing works, incorrect stat() info redirecturi is now hardcoded — you do not need the […]

Bookmarks for April 23rd through April 24th

These are my links for April 23rd through April 24th: Our Social Media Strategy Framework | Third Wave GmbH – Over the last few years, we have been developing our own approach to developing social media strategies. First individually at our former agencies and jobs, and then through the last 1.5 years together, this framework […]

Bookmarks for October 31st through November 1st

These are my links for October 31st through November 1st: The Science of Change – The key is that we need to change ourselves. We need to transform, not them. We don’t need to occupy Wall Street, we simply need to occupy Main Street because that is where they occupy us. It is not enough […]

Pinboard bookmarks for October 30th

Pinboard links for October 30th, syndicated automagically: Moving the Economy: The Future of the Maker Movement – Forbes – I’m motivated and moved by the idea, the belief – that the people who invent and build and make things have the power to change the world. People who “remix” something or hack a better way. […]

Bookmarks for October 26th through October 27th

These are my links for October 26th through October 27th: Papierloses Büro – 10 Virtuelle Faxdienste im Überblick – – Transforming into a social business – questions the technocentric way that many organizations have approached social business (or rather social software) this far and suggests a business-oriented approach to socializing business operations, focusing on […]

Rebooting businesses

Just listened to the Harvard Business School Ideacast with Don Tapscott, chairman of nGenera Insight and coauthor of “Macrowikinomics: Rebooting Business and the World”. Here’s the mp3 of the 15 minute interview.

Why business models are important (and modeling is too)

Via Anders Sundelin: In his recent article in Long Range Planning, Business Models as Models, Charles explores the question “Are Business Models useful?” where he points out that they act as various forms of model: “to provide means to describe and classify businesses; to operate as sites for scientific investigation; and to act as recipes […]