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Harvard: “20 Logos We Love,” by Andrew Shea, April 13, 2013

Published on April 30, 2013 By Steven Weiss

Harvard: “20 Logos We Love,” by Andrew Shea, April 13, 2013 I recently read “20 Logos We Love – What Makes A Great Logo” was logo-light.  It needed further explanation and clarification. My turn. Logos are symbols and are just that – symbols.  Some of them are incredibly powerful and others are just so much [...]

Tapscott vs Shirky: TEDGlobal.

Published on November 19, 2012 By Steven Weiss

Don Tapscott,  “Big Data, business intelligence, and next generation analytics can help deliver more effective targeted communications to customers.  And with detailed individual knowledge we can deliver better, personalized value (products and services) to them.  But in many ways this is just fine tuning of the old paradigm in marketing where companies deliver message and [...]

Executive Program in Corporate Strategy, University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Published on November 7, 2012 By Steven Weiss

The courses offered at the Booth School in corporate strategy are dated. The program should include; how technology has impacted strategy, challenging the status quo, reinventing the brand and sales cycle and digital darwinism. Wining the past is not helpful. Winning the future is. The cost $8,675. I would not pay that fee. You decide.

For Immediate Release: Disregard Previous Instructions, A New Consulting Company, Offers New, Non-Baloney/Non-Jargon Press Release. Also offers Radical Thinking That Makes Companies Make Money.

Published on July 20, 2010 By admin

ST. LOUIS, MO – July 20, 2010 – Disregard Previous Instructions, a new consulting company, instructs its clients to pretty much forget all the stuff they learned in B school and in their prior business experience and open their minds to a new way of thinking, because what businesses are doing now is not working [...]