Market Disruptions Are Killing Your Company

Integrating disruptive innovation thinking into your business models is critical to your survival. Global giants who once used to be considered the best in their respective industries – companies such as AT&T, Eastman Kodak, Motorola, and Panasonic to name a few, lost their balance when new innovative technologies disrupted their business models and technology competencies.… Read More

Diverse Thinking Is A Good Thing – A Really Good Thing

As we all (at least in the USA) have become frustrated and perhaps angered by the continual rock-throwing and blame-mongering by our country’s leadership, I couldn’t stop thinking about how having different opinions, and how having a willingness to strike realistic, rational compromises actually makes us stronger, and creates better solutions to the problems we… Read More

Solutions – Why Can’t We All Work Together?

If you like me shudder when someone mentions the word Solutions and you think: Solutions? Can’t we come up with any better word than solutions for a set of integrated products and services? so·lu·tion [suh–loo-shuhn] noun 1. The act of solving a problem, question, etc.: We have a solution for our customer’s problem. Dictionary.com Unabridged.… Read More

Are You Stuck In The “Commodity Corner”

The first product offerings (I’m including physical devices, software, and services in the definition of “product”) you introduced years ago – those that made you successful and dominant in your markets – may be the very ones destroying your business today. Some of your products are cash cows, and likely generate the most sales revenues.… Read More