Thu.Jun 13, 2024

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The value of applying the Three Horizons to Partner Ecosystem thinking.

Paul Hobcraft

Building Partner Ecosystems Progressively through Three Horizon Thinking There is a need to resolve immediate, mid-term, and long-term issues to show progressive thinking on how to grow collaboratively, impact, and value when building your thinking in products, services, or new business models. Partner ecosystems are highly valuable for delivering on these ambitions.

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5 Traps to Avoid as You Gain Power as a Leader

Harvard Business Review

As you transition to a leadership role, your relationship to power changes: You gain more of it, and people start acting differently around you due to your authority. How can you avoid the hidden traps of gaining power, which shapes you in ways you may not realize? The authors outline five key traps leaders can fall into — the savior trap, the complacency trap, the avoidance trap, the friend trap, and the stress trap — and offer ways to counteract each.

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Balancing Artificial Intelligence with the Human Touch

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Shep Hyken As AI and ChatGPT-type technologies grow in capability and ease of use and become more cost-effective, more and more companies are making their way to the digital experience. Still, the best companies know better than to switch to 100% digital.

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How to Get Your Colleagues On Board with Your Idea

Harvard Business Review

In the early stages of your career, getting people to not only listen to, but to agree to or to act on your ideas or views can be challenging. It’s often a time when you have the least amount of influence and are still building your reputation. When you want to persuade someone to see (or do) things your way, you may default to skills you’ve been socialized to exhibit: making a rational argument supported by data, persisting in the face of a challenge, and projecting confidence.

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Provide Real Value in Your Applications with Data and Analytics

The complexity of financial data, the need for real-time insight, and the demand for user-friendly visualizations can seem daunting when it comes to analytics - but there is an easier way. With Logi Symphony, we aim to turn these challenges into opportunities. Our platform empowers you to seamlessly integrate advanced data analytics, generative AI, data visualization, and pixel-perfect reporting into your applications, transforming raw data into actionable insights.

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What Does It Mean to Be PIVOTAL?

Stephen Shapiro

Here is a three-minute video of me discussing the key concepts in the book, PIVOTAL: Creating Stability in an Uncertain World. Learn more or get your copy here The post What Does It Mean to Be PIVOTAL? appeared first on Stephen Shapiro.

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Why Cofounder Partnerships Fail — and How to Make Them Last

Harvard Business Review

Up to 43% of startup founders ultimately buy out their cofounder due to interpersonal rifts and power struggles. To understand why so many cofounder partnerships end in failure, the authors conducted research on lead founders seeking cofounders, finding that lead founders tend to prioritize skillsets and execution while potential cofounders prioritize interpersonal compatibility.

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How Organizations Are Using Custom AI to Protect Data and Drive Efficiency - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM NVIDIA

Harvard Business Review

Sponsor Content from NVIDIA.

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