In a perfect world, Conan O’Brien would prefer everybody in the world watch his show when it airs. Unlike a lot of TV personalities and people in charge of TV networks, however, Conan is smart enough to know that’s not how people view TV anymore.
This is an incredible story about Britain's youngest entrepreneur. Meet Henry, the 9 year-old that has just launched his third start-up! Henry Patterson launched his first start-up at the age of 7, selling bags of manure for £1.
Robert Wright, Michael Shermer and Yochai Benkler believe we rebel against the one size fits all command and control systems so favored in the forties, fifties and sixties.
William Whyte wrote The Organization Man in 1957. In the last 15 years we've begun to question the "selfish" man model only motivated by extrinsic motivations (the whip, chair, gun or greed). We know we LOVE things and so are willing and happy to GIVE of our time, effort and life.
The New Altruism is being fueled by:
* Social Networks.
* Flat, Global and Connected world.
* Recognition not everyone is motivated by the same things.
* Greater understanding motivation is contextual too.
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Asymmetrical Internet marketing is demonstrated by James Bond in Skyfall. This post shares why you should create asymmetrical Internet marketing.
Marty Note Watching Skyfall this weekend inspired me to return to a favorite Internet marketing subject - asymmetrical marketing. This post explains how and why you should be creating asymmetrical Internet marketing.
If you are an old asymmetrical Internet marketing pro please share examples and we will curate them into this post.
(Co-written with Gary Wolf) In January we started asking ourselves, “How many people self-track?” It was an interesting question that stemmed from our discussion with Susannah Fox about the recent Pew report on Tracking for Health.
Why do marketers revel in military jargon? Must we really rally troops to deploy conquest ads or fire quick hits of bleeding-edge apps? Is it not ironic that we call customers “targets” and seek to engineer their empathy in “war rooms?
No futurists worth their salt will tell you definitively what they think the future will look like. They’ll present you with a series of scenarios, much like we’ve seen in analyses from the Forum for the Future and Institute for the Future.
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