Are you building your social media strategy on a network where someone else is writing the terms of service? That's a problem, even if the strategy is working right now. Here's what you should be doing instead!
You shouldn't simply be loading up the cloud with big data and figuring that you'll figure it out later! +Bradley Woody Bendle offers three questions you should be asking to monetize your organization's big data.
Just because storing Big Data is relatively inexpensive doesn’t mean your Big Data strategy should be “Fire, Ready, Aim!” If you expect to monetize your Big Data asset, there are three fundamental questions to continually ask, answer and address.
In some industries, however, it is valuable to consider the best MISTAKES your competitors are making and do the OPPOSITE of what they do. Here are ten "mistake practices" we see frequently that fit the bill.
Before a creative thinking workshop, a "front row" participant asked what school of thinking The Brainzooming Group belonged to with respect to our creative thinking approaches. I shared with her that we borrow from anywhere when it came to schools of thought for creative thinking, and that many are quite non-traditional. I mentioned she'd see one strategic thinking exercise just added back into the workshop based on Ghostbusters (Yes, THAT Ghost...
I told our client how much I appreciated that she wasn't freaking out. She was sitting through me creating completely new slides and moving things around on a presentation that nearly her whole company was going to see in two hours. She said she couldn't imagine making these types of last minute changes and still being ready to talk about things in a different order than originally planned.
There are many factors that go into productive strategic thinking exercises and efficient group strategy development sessions. Here is an A to Z recap of some of what goes into how Brainzooming approaches strategy development.
We received a question recently about the three biggest strategic planning challenges. It didn’t take long to think about the answer, because we see and hear about these strategic planning challenges repeatedly.
Does your innovation strategy call for a more outside-in approach to include customer and market input? If so, you should download our latest innovation strategy eBook, "The Outside-In Innovation Edition" of the Brainzooming "Fake Book of Strategic Thinking Tools" today!
Does your innovation strategy for the year involve adopting a more outside-in approach that better involves customer and market input? If so, today is the perfect day to download our latest innovation strategy eBook, "The Outside-In Innovation Edition" of the Brainzooming "Fake Book of Strategic Thinking Tools."