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Scaling your company as an entrepreneur isn't easy.  You need to learn to let go and become the Chief Why Officer.  Read more in my most recent article in +Forbes 
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A great article articulating the importance of culture for you business. "The stronger the culture, the less corporate process a company needs. When the culture is strong, you can trust everyone to do the right thing."-Bryan Chesky
On Monday, October 21, 2013, I sent this letter to our entire team at Airbnb. I have decided to publish this in the even…
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My most recent article on institute B's blog.  It's time everyone realized that generosity really sets you apart.
I recently moved house and had an interesting encounter with our phone / internet service provider. When we booked a moving date for our service we were unable
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A great shout out in BIV to #NotBusinessAsUsual star Heather O'Hara for her great work at Potluck Cafe.  Proud to have you in our community! 
Documentary showcases successful Vancouver businesses that practise ‘conscious capitalism’
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Gen Y is changing the world
Generation Y cares more about the world and social causes than any previous generation. They are connected, passionate activists and are starting for-profit corporations as their tools for social change. The gap between activism and capitalism is closing and closing fast.
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Make your business all about your customer experience.  Read more from +Manfred Vollmer our Director of Fun and Fruition here at +Institute B #Manfredminute  
Consumer experience is the sum total of all interactions a customer has ever had with your brand: tangible, visual, emotional, read, blogged, consumed, experien
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Thank Huff Post!
Your organization has a culture whether you like it or not. The culture is a mood, feeling, and attitude. In our practice we describe culture as the sum total of conversations that happen in your organization and amongst its stakeholders. It is not genetically encoded; your culture can be shaped, evolved, and enhanced. The question is: Can your corporate culture make you money?
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Did you know VIFF is screening +Institute B 's documentary #NotBusinessAsUsual?  We've got a killer panel too with Brett Wilson, Joel Bakan, Mark Brand and Sandra Odendahl. 
Get your tix below.  It's almost sold out! 
Capitalism. For more than a century it has driven immense technological progress, development and prosperity. It was the promise of something better… a better life for your family, a better start for your business, a better legacy to leave the world. Founded on the virtues of hard work, ...
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Check out my latest article in +ProfitGuider.com, Digitial Marketing.  Entrepreneurs think they are great communicators but they are often missing a crucial piece.
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No, it's "Not Business As Usual." It's a wake up call to business leaders still locked in the endless cycle of quarterly reports, and willfully blind to the needs of their communities. +Mike Rowlands 
"Not Business As Usual" contemplates a new era in business -- one that realizes business as usual has pushed the limits of our planet's capacity, while concentrating financial wealth in the hands of a too-small minority. The film celebrates ventures and entrepreneurs that refuse to sacrifice social good on the altar of shareholder returns. For them, healthy enterprises embody a significant shift in the underpinnings of business that is "bringing ...
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