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All Business Strategies Fall into 4 Categories

Harvard Business Review

The problem with strategy frameworks is that although they can help you determine whether an opportunity is attractive or whether a given strategy is likely to work, they generally don’t help you in the task of identifying the opportunity or crafting the strategy in the first place. This article introduces a framework, built on an in-depth analysis of the creativity literature, that aims to fill that gap by providing a systematic approach to identifying potential strategies.

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How to Create a Good Loyalty Program

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Shep Hyken What is a loyalty program? It’s a program designed to get customers to come back. That’s different than true customer loyalty, but it’s a pretty darn good start.

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We need to reframe climate change

Christensen Institute

Leaders across the world have been focused on climate change for many years, with some more invested in it than others. But unfortunately, we haven’t made the progress necessary to slow the warming of the earth. According to the Boston Globe , in 2019, the United Nations admitted that “there has been no real change in the global emissions pathway in the last decade.

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Dynamic Adaptation and Resilience in Interconnected Business Ecosystems


The Dynamic Ecosystem within the Interconnected Business Ecosystems Business Ecosystems are the growing force to galvanize change and build a more collaborative culture, where the partners’ diversity enables solutions to be solving more complex and challenging problems we seem to be facing today. When thinking about and designing business ecosystems, you must recognize that different ecosystems contribute, evolve, and determine their part in a “bigger” scheme of things.

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How to Easily Navigate Crypto Accounting in the Web3 Era

Speaker: Aaron Jacob, VP of Accounting Solutions & Reagan Cook, GTM Lead

Are you struggling to navigate the complexities and challenges that come with crypto accounting? 🤔 This new webinar will cover everything businesses need to know to get started with crypto accounting after incorporating crypto into their business models! Industry experts Aaron Jacob and Reagan Cook of TaxBit will thoroughly explore the prevalent operational hurdles encountered by accounting teams when interacting with crypto on the books, and detail how software solutions can effectively

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Harvard Business Review

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Not Changing the Game Can be a Game-Changer

Stephen Shapiro

We are less than four weeks away from the formal launch of PIVOTAL. Here’s the last paragraph from the book’s introduction: “You are pivotal. Your business is pivotal. And for you to remain pivotal, you need to know where you are now, where to dig deep, when to stay the course, and where to focus your energies to create the greatest value for others and yourself.

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Scaling a Midsize Startup

Harvard Business Review

The “mighty-middle” segment of startups falls between venture-scale unicorns and small businesses. These startups aim for valuations in the high single-digit to high tens of millions within 5-10 years, targeting midsize niches with significant growth potential. Enabled by internet tools, global advertising, and affordable tech, mighty-middle businesses often bootstrap, use contractors, and require entrepreneurs to acquire diverse skills.

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