Much like any business strategy, your online presence should be designed with the buyer’s journey in mind. Here are some areas you should keep in mind.
Culture is deeper than workplace flexibility, pizza lunches, ping-pong tables, or travel to exotic client locales. It should drive every aspect of business.
Followers are essential to any organization. They create leaders. And when they're not engaged, there is little room for company growth.
Don't forget the human meaning and potential impact of your product or service. Understand what type of job the customer is hiring your product to be done.
Make each moment in a company meeting worthwhile. With this right touch, you can conduct effective virtual meetings with simplified processes.
Ever since Facebook went public, pressures to produce revenue pushed the network toward relying heavily on ad revenue and less on social interaction.
Over 80% of Fortune 500 companies in the U.S. use psychometric testing, and so do more than 75% of the Time “Top 100 Companies in the UK.” Are you?
Those who embrace the Participation Age will flourish, and those who don’t will be left behind.
The relationship economy is a trusting, give-and-take process that brings producers and consumers into a much more symbiotic and communicative relationship.
Being fully engaged with what you do requires effort and concentration. It needs to feel special and be worth their effort.