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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.

There Are No Foolproof Plans.

Published on September 21, 2011 By Steven Weiss

Given the tremendous rate of ongoing technological change and innovation, no enterprise, no matter how dominate at the moment, is impervious to failure. No company is immune to changes in industries, business markets and consumers’ changing needs. That is why it is so hard for companies to keep achieving double digit earnings growth. Yahoo thought it owned [...]

One Second Markets

Published on April 18, 2011 By Steven Weiss

Markets are created in seconds. Every second, a consumer purchases a product or service on the web. There are second cycles. Clicks, Twitter and Groupon are just the tip of the iceberg. Retailers have been developing infrastructures based upon on second response time. Every second is a profit possibility. Enterprise strategies should be developed on [...]

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 [...]