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SenseMaking from the Web

This post is an aggregation of recent articles that I have collected over at Flipboard on my magazine there. It captures great sense making from others, in other words, great articles from other sites I thought worth capturing and sharing. Curating good articles is a discerning process and I’ve automated the delivery of it in WordPress using a Power Automate Flow to achieve this – more on that here.

How to Communicate Your Company’s Strategy Effectively

Posted on November 30. For too long, communicating strategy has been an afterthought. Executives have shared long, bombastic documents or withheld critical information and expected people to just “get it.” And it hasn’t worked. Greater external uncertainty, collaboration, employee anxiety, and organizational openness …

Three Pillars of User Delight

Posted on November 28. Summary: Delight can be experienced viscerally, behaviorally, and reflectively. A great design is supported by all three of these pillars and is best …

Two Stanford Professors Explain How to Produce World-Changing Ideas In 1 Hour

Posted on November 22. Cramming everyone into a conference room to “spitball” is a disaster. But with some structure and a system, literally thousands of ideas are within reach. A vague calendar event appears in your inbox. There’s an urgent need for breakthrough thinking, and you’re invited. It’s got something to do with …

7 Outdated Habits That Are Suffocating Modern Businesses

Posted on November 22. These outdated strategies and rules from the old economy are slowly stifling success. These are the reason good companies go bad. As technological advances have altered the velocity of business and created structural changes in the environment, policies and practices within many companies have not …

Copywriting’s Turn to Radical Brevity

Posted on November 21. Once, copywriting was about the strategic creation of an appealing thought in the reader’s mind.It was the greatest era of commercial …

Elon Musk went on a firing frenzy at Twitter. Now he’s paying for it

Posted on November 21. When Elon Musk bought Twitter for $44bn, he clearly didn’t know that the key assets he was buying lay in Twitter’s 7,500 workers’ heads. On corporate balance sheets, the assets of a corporation are its factories, equipment, patents and brand name. Workers aren’t considered assets. They appear as …

Multi-dimensional innovation for the digital age

Posted on November 19. For enterprises, innovation needs to be multi-dimensional. From the smallest of new features on a website or a new way to make a payment to a new partnership or an entirely new product that changes an industry, innovation is constant and everywhere. However, there are also many stories in which …

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