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Inventing is messy

(via bcg.perspectives - Directing Digital Innovation at PepsiCo)

Overall, the key takeaways are two. First, crossing the chasm is a B2B model. B2C requires its own treatment, hence the four gears. B2B2C combines the two—and we are seeing a lot of that these days, especially when B2C companies seek to monetize their user traction.

Hvis vi selger Innsats som gir Effekt, kan vi kanskje ta betalt i Verdi.
Istedenfor å selge Prosjekter som gir Løsninger, og betales i Timer.

Amazon Dash - Shopping made simple (by AmazonFreshOfficial)

(via #enslagsbutikk)

(via The Future of Prototyping Is Now Live - David Aycan , and Paolo Lorenzoni - Harvard Business Review)

ICA 2018 - En prototyp (by Johan Ronnestam)

I did the hard work of the idea; you just need to build it

We Don’t Research. We Build. « Boxes and Arrows

There are two kinds of tasks at the corporate level: complicated ones and complex ones.

An(other) Open Letter to Marissa Mayer

The anti-disciplinary approach pushes staff to think differently about their jobs and their colleagues’ jobs by spending time on tasks outside their expertise. In this process staff gain new skill sets and the organization creates a higher level of adaptability to new circumstances in a rapidly changing environment.

Learning Live: Joi Ito - 02 Anti-disciplinary at MIT Media Lab (by Pearson)

Focusing on making a partnership work is more profitable than focusing on making money.

Love your employees more than you love your clients.

The best new business is your current business.

Price projects by asking yourself what the client’s lawyer would charge.

It’s better to be hired for your work than for your price.

When it comes to getting paid, the first of the month is better than the thirtieth.

Making money off mechanicals, printing and computers turns your business into a commodity.

The books in your library are more important than the numbers on your balance sheet.

In order to love your work, take vacations.

Power, in business, comes from sharing money and valuing love.

Cycle time trumps scale.

Tilt The Windmill | Cycle time trumps scale.

many evolving markets are seeing the “death of the middle.” The winners in these markets either offer the broadest breadth or the deepest depth. In evolving markets neither the broadest nor deepest is in trouble, but the middle market is withering. So it is logical to expect the big winners in the news business to either be the broadest or the deepest: To go maximum mass, or maximum specific.

The Future of the News Business: A Monumental Twitter Stream All in One Place | Andreessen Horowitz

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