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The following is a list of all entries from the Strategy & Business Models category.

If a template is all you can offer…

TweetI tweeted sometime ago that “if a template is all you offer, you really don’t have much to offer” Let me explain. For the purpose of this post, the term “customer” can mean anybody you interact with – not just money-paying person seeking products/services. Too many times, we get locked into this mode of supplying […]

Why Twitter maybe at the vanguard of a tectonic shift?

TweetUpdated Aug 15, 2009 10 PM – Here is a recent techmemed post that contemplates some similar ideas about Twitter. Updated May 16, 2009 6:15PM – Mark Cuban says most of his traffic is now coming from Twitter/Facebook and less and less from Google! FTOTW We restarted this series in my previous post.  First, Nancy […]

The Soul of Success Part 4 – Role of Luck

TweetProlog Happy new year to all that celebrate it today (Tamils, Malayalis, Assamese, Punjabis..). As always, thanks for the insightful comments on part 3  (here is part1, part2). Kumaran’s comment on Penicillin and Potato Chips , Nimmy’s comment on the invention of electric car being appreciated when fuel shortages occur, Ganesh’s comment about startups reinventing themselves  really got me into […]

The Soul of Success Part 3

TweetProlog Please read the first 2 parts (part1, part2), please read the comments as well for a lot of wisdom has been collected.  While we may have reached some level of clarity on goals themselves,  we seem to have ways to go around recalibrating goals? Is recalibrating a cop out? The Role of Failure in […]

The Soul of Success Part 2

TweetProlog Please read the first part before reading this one. What can i say about the comments? Thank you all. Wow! We are blessed to have such a wise community collected here, right? [On a side note, the post brought Kannan Nagarajan, a SAST wingee other than self and Ganesh, to the blog after a […]