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This post is part of a series of conversations published on the Time website, authored by myself and Nicha Ratana, with transformational leaders who will be storytellers at the BIF10 Collaborative Innovation Summit in Providence, RI, on Sept. 17-18. Continue reading

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Tony Hsieh, the phenomenally successful CEO of Zappos likes to say that, “your brand is your culture” and believes so strongly in preserving his that he offers new recruits $1000 to quit. Anybody who doesn’t fit in will happily take the money and run. Continue reading

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What’s your next “luxury problem”? Consider this: Your competitor’s new product or service spells far more reason for celebration than for regret. Continue reading

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Al apoyar su campaña de kickstarter y al compartirla con tus amigos, puedes formar parte del equipo Vega Coffee y ayudar a conectar a los agricultores a un nuevo futuro. Continue reading

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People who need jobs done and people looking to earn extra money can find each other without anyone in the middle. The result is a cheaper, more streamlined process and a new era of talent. Those same forces are now about to disrupt highly paid consultants as well. Continue reading

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How should startups frame their strategic thinking? Continue reading

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I’m a little nervous then about Eric Reis’ statement because the product is really the end result of a product strategy. But the end result of a successful business strategy is a sustainable and profitable business, not just a viable product. Continue reading

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