5 Things Businesses Must Do During the Covid-19 Pandemic 1. Predict and Proact You created your business to fulfill a customer problem or need. Well, their problems and needs just multiplied. Don’t make them wait on jammed customer service lines. Be proactive and offer help before they ask. A friend in San Diego was happily […]
This is part II of the What the Eff Is a Strategic Narrative and Why Does Every Company Need One? series. In part I, we discuss what a strategic narrative can do for your people. Editor’s Note. We began drafting this piece well before the health crisis became a daily driving force, and we still […]
A strategic narrative is the story of a company. That’s it. Now, before you throw your hands up in disgust at this obvious-seeming answer, you should understand that I’m not talking about the usual, “Founded in 2010 by tech whiz-kids Mary Jones and Frank Smith… etc.” A strategic narrative is NOT the same thing as […]
“Security” is no longer the realm of crypto nerds. Publishing platform Medium dedicated the entirety of its first magazine to the subject of trust, with articles like “Find Out What Google and Facebook Know About You” and “Your Online Data Is In Peril. The Blockchain Could Save It.”
Inspired by the B2B Marketing Innovation Summit “My dream was to generate leads when I grow up,” says Kumail Nanjiani, more famously known as the character Dinesh from the wildly popular HBO comedy “Silicon Valley.” Surprise, surprise, it was a joke. Dinesh isn’t really a hacker and knows nothing about coding, let alone digital marketing.
You’ve heard it all before: in order to stay competitive, you need to embrace a digital mindset. Specifically, it’s critical to adopt the technologies and build a digital foundation that leads to improved customer service, heightened productivity, and increased revenues.
If you’re serious about putting your business ahead of the competition in 2016, these are the three things you simply can’t procrastinate on any longer. You even have an extra day this month, with 2016 being a leap year. The clock’s ticking—so it’s time to get started »