If anyone understands the importance of knowledge and information management, it’s sports teams. Major and minor sports teams track, monitor, and analyze every player’s health, their progress, their every movement to determine their value. They use the knowledge generated from sales of merchandise, tickets, and concessions to help guide future ticket price and merchandise decisions. […]
The Post Labour Day Hustle: 5 Ways to Professional Euphoria
It’s just past Labour Day and we’re back at it. We know that this month is the month we hit it hard, dig deep, and settle in. It’s three months from year end and nothing in sight but poor weather and the potential for professional euphoria. Fresh from weeks of summer vacation and personal soul […]
What Kind of Problem Solver Are You? Absolver? Resolver? Solver? Dissolver?
Wise words come quickly. I am re-posting a short entry, in its entirety, from a blog I am a fan of, “Knowledge Jolt With Jack”. Jack always gets to the root of it quickly and succinctly. Here he does it again, as he looks at how we approach “firefighting” in our daily professional lives. While […]
Redefining Business Storytelling for Influence and Greatest Impact
Analytics is everything. We obsess about them. We chart them. Monitor. Evaluate, re-evaluate. Add new factors, segments, demographics. To do what? To sell a story to the decision makers we work with and for, your executive team, or your client team. Analytics and knowledge management is a massive piece of the puzzle, for certain. However, […]