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Saturday, 6 December 2014

Therefore's most popular blog articles

Breaking Silo Mentality

Ask CEOs what the number one innovation killer is and the odds are more than even that the answer will be “silo mentality”. Again, ask them what the biggest reason is for the failure to deliver on strategy and the phrase “silo mentality” is likely to turn up again ... Click to read

Great innovation quotations

"Great innovation quotations" says it all ... Click to read

Great Strategy quotes ... with a few on leadership

"Great Strategy quotes ... with a few on Leadership and Innovation for good measure" says it all ... Click to read

What's in a name? Good, Cheap and Fast

Consider a triangle with three corners. Draw a dot on each corner … and you have the Therefore symbol, assuming that you have one dot at the top and two dots below it. Interestingly enough … turn the Therefore symbol on its head … and you get the symbol for Because. Now, let’s give the dots names … Good, Cheap and Fast ... Click to read

The power of evolution and a picture that tells a story 

We are firm believers that there are two ways of achieving anything – by evolution, or by revolution. The notion of evolution is of particular interest to the Therefore Team. In short, we believe that small tweaks can add up to a huge impact, if the tweaks are oriented towards a clear strategic vision. The trick is the strategic vision ... Click to read

The Art and Science of an Elevator Pitch 

An elevator pitch is a short / precise overview of your business and its products and / or services, typically prepared as a sales tool. It’s imperative that you have a well-rehearsed elevator pitch ready for when opportunity strikes. An elevator pitch can be one of most powerful weapons in your sales arsenal and it costs you virtually nothing to prepare one ... Click to read

Is poor service your Customer’s fault?

Some time ago a blog article caught my attention. The gist of the article was that if you are receiving poor Customer service, it may well be that you are simply a bad Customer. Initially I was a little irritated by the thought, but after thinking it through, I decided that aspects of the argument hold true ... Click to read

Moments of Reality … and the development of Strategy

It is sobering to note that every time a Customer interacts with your business, they are provided with an opportunity to evaluate your company and pass judgement. Over the course of repeated interactions, Customers are inclined to form an opinion of your company, either positive or negative. The longer the time frame, the more interactions and the more entrenched these opinions will be. If a negative opinion is sustained for long enough, Customers are inclined to jump ship and move their business to your competitors ... Click to read

If  everyone is accountable ... no one is accountable 

Disclaimer: - I am in no way responsible for the content of this article. Any errors, exaggerations or omissions are someone else’s fault. In fact … I deny having written it. Now that I have your attention, let’s talk about accountability ... Click to read

Updated: 13 January 2019

 

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