When I was writing this essay just published by the media mogul platform that is Shondaland, I kept replaying a particular movie scene in my head. One of my favorite movies is GI Jane. It’s a story of the first woman to become a Navy Seal. And, so, overcoming deep sexism. At one point the More
The strategic stuff that lets you create true advantage — from business models, AND market definition, AND Value Propositions, AND Go-To-Market strategies, AND market defense plays, AND pricing models — to win in the marketplace.
A friend* went to a workshop that the OpEd project runs, whose objective was to teach how to claim and state their opinions so clearly, that they shape the opinions of others. Regular members of this Yes & Know community might remember that I wrote about them in an Harvard Business Review piece on fixing More
Power informs the fundamental conditions for prosperity. When you understand how Power works, you understand the world. It shapes society: dictating who participates, to what degree they can affect change, and how they can participate in the economy. Many people think and write that social media shifts power while not drawing the distinction of what More
In early 2011, the Arab world erupted in protests. You probably remember it, remembering hearing about the Twitter storm. It seemed like the world would never be the same again. But, what looked like ordinary people taking power “back” didn’t amount to much change. And, now, as you look at issues around the world, from More
I wrote a new Time Inc Op-Ed (sharing below) on the NFL and Goodell because it’s so clear that if an organization’s leadership is found by the online community to be so totally f-d up, they are getting mobilized. That has its ups and its downside. As I say in the piece, this could end More
When Ito learned that Japan experienced a magnitude 9 earthquake, he thought immediately of his family. As he tuned into news reports, information was scarce. Official government organizations weren’t releasing much in a general effort to avoid panic. And, all the “experts” didn’t have enough data to act on. It was ordinary people — thru More