How To Stay Relevant In A Fast-Changing World

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The book is based on the hands-on experience of both authors, Adamson, a branding expert, and Joel Steckel , a professor of marketing and vice dean of doctoral education at NYU Stern School of Business. And most significant, it’s based on academic research and more than 100 interviews/case studies with senior management, business leaders and category experts from a wide spectrum of applicable fields who have lived through change or analyzed the phenomenon.

Staying Relevant In A Fast-Changing World

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The book is based on the hands-on experience of both authors, Adamson, a branding expert, and Joel Steckel , a professor of marketing and vice dean of doctoral education at NYU Stern School of Business.

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How To Stay Relevant In A Fast-Changing World

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The book is based on the hands-on experience of both authors, Adamson, a branding expert, and Joel Steckel , a professor of marketing and vice dean of doctoral education at NYU Stern School of Business. And most significant, it’s based on academic research and more than 100 interviews/case studies with senior management, business leaders and category experts from a wide spectrum of applicable fields who have lived through change or analyzed the phenomenon.

How To Stay Relevant

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The book is based on the hands-on experience of both authors, Adamson, a branding expert, and Joel Steckel , a professor of marketing and vice dean of doctoral education at NYU Stern School of Business. And most significant, it’s based on academic research and more than 100 interviews/case studies with senior management, business leaders and category experts from a wide spectrum of applicable fields who have lived through change or analyzed the phenomenon.

CRM Apps: Manage Donors on the Road

Tech Soup Blog

Another new app, Microsoft Dynamics Business Analyzer for Windows 8.1 , can provide business insights across your organization. These include charts, financial reports, and a gallery to help you manage reports, KPIs, and other data. Salesforce CRM is a popular CRM service in both the business and nonprofit world. Zoho Mobile (Android, BlackBerry, iOS) keeps you in the loop on important constituent emails and calls.

OneNote vs. Springpad vs. Evernote: Which Notetaking App Is Right for You?

Tech Soup Blog

I started using it for the simple fact that there was an Evernote app for the BlackBerry (my phone at the time) and that I could use it on my work PC and my home Mac. In addition to your sketches, you can also insert pictures, charts, tables, documents, videos, and more into your notes. Android, Desktop (Mac and Windows), BlackBerry, iOS, Windows Phone, Web. Evernote Business, which costs $10 per user per month, supports more robust sharing across multiple users.

Guest Post by Kira Marchenese: What Happened When We Introduced 350 Staff to Social Media

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

We have a mix of staff who dived into social media long ago (see our business innovation blog and green business twitter feed ), and others who have maybe sort of heard of Twitter. Breaking up into small tables worked – I saw table after table of people leaning in, standing up, gathered around flip charts. I didn’t see anyone checking their Blackberry, which was pretty amazing. Find more photos like this on So You Think You Can Do Social Media.

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