Monthly Archives: April 2009

Seven Steps To Value Acceleration (Part 1)

When Ralph and I published our book Value Acceleration, we were asked for ideas on the steps to take to get Value Acceleration for your company. We came up with seven. We will post them here over the next couple … Continue reading

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Microsoft Sales Drop

Microsoft reported its first drop in sales since they went public. Blame is being placed on the recession. Perhaps. Or maybe the real culprit is Vista an operating system panned and avoided by a large number of people. As Yogi … Continue reading

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Palm Pre

Advertising Age published an article today on the Palm Pre in which I was quoted. Good article too. Mitch

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11 Secrets to Marketing in a Down Economy (Part 3)

A year ago we published a paper on marketing in a down economy. We identified 11 key tactics. I am sharing them in this blog over the next few weeks, but if you want them all at once you can … Continue reading

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More on process management

We were featured again with a new post on ProcessGenie.

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Adapting an old idea for the Internet age

I read an interesting article about a small company called OpenDNS. The purpose of their business is to speed up your Internet access by directly connecting you to the actual address of the website you are looking for. Without going … Continue reading

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The human side of process management

This is a guest post by one of our co-workers, Bayard Bookman. He was reviewing the post Mitch made on Processgenie.com and had some comments of his own. Perhaps the largest resistance to applying BPM to the demand side, i.e., … Continue reading

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