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Platforms [3]: The Chicken and Egg Issue and The Standalone Offering

One of the primary issues that is faced while starting off a platform is how to get initial users to use the platform when there is no activity in it.

Thinkers360 | June 25, 2022 | Rejo Francis
What Elite Performers Teach Us About Succeeding in Life and Business

Elite athletes are often lauded for their physical prowess and mental toughness. They are able to push themselves to perform at an extraordinarily high level, both physically and mentally. When you interact with a top-tier leader, you can sense their commitment to these disciplines.

Thinkers360 | June 24, 2022 | Dean Miles
When To Make Your Move

The Law of Timing is all about understanding when to make your move. This ability is also critical leadership skill. Timing is everything in life, and that definitely applies to leadership.

Thinkers360 | June 23, 2022 | Dean Miles
The Corix Partners Friday Reading List - June 24, 2022

Top 10 Leadership and Management links of the week, curated by JC Gaillard, focusing on cyber security of course, but also a large cross section of subjects including digital transformation, emerging tech, ESG governance and the future of work

7 Things Google Hates and How to Fix Them

Every website wants some love from Google. A high rank on Google’s SERP can mean the difference between getting organic traffic every day and never seeing a single visitor on your site that you didn’t pay for.

Thinkers360 | June 23, 2022 | Tabitha Jean Naylor
A Different Take on The Short Tenure of the CISO

An interview with global cyber security influencer JC Gaillard

The Law of the Inner Circle - Don't Go Alone

The people closest to us have a huge impact on our ability to lead effectively. The Law of the Inner Circle states that the people in our innermost circle will determine our potential as leaders.

Thinkers360 | June 21, 2022 | Dean Miles
Top 6 Ways to Connect with Your Audience Through Email

While your email list is typically made up of people who are interested in your business, keeping them engaged can be a real challenge.

Thinkers360 | June 21, 2022 | Tabitha Jean Naylor
Clunky Companies Produce Ambivalent Leaders

For a running coach, sluggishness in a runner is a sign that something isn't right. The same is true of organizations. When leaders become tired and lose heart, the whole organization can become sluggish.

Thinkers360 | June 20, 2022 | Dean Miles
7 Types of Content Small Businesses Should Focus on Right Now

A study from Google known as “Zero Moment of Truth” (ZMOT) emphasized how critical it is to have many contact points with a potential customer across multiple channels and locations.

Thinkers360 | June 20, 2022 | Tabitha Jean Naylor
Crucibles of Leadership – The Alchemist Leader

As we grow in our careers, we adapt to a particular leadership style which changes as we get exposed to different work cultures and responsibilities also at times when we grow in hierarchy depending on the prevailing culture in that organization. This article is about the Alchemist Leader.

Thinkers360 | June 19, 2022 | Rejo Francis
The Corix Partners Friday Reading List - June 17, 2022

Top 10 Leadership and Management links of the week, curated by JC Gaillard, focusing on cyber security of course, but also a large cross section of subjects including digital transformation, emerging tech, ESG governance and the future of work

Decoding the Mystery of Creating Platforms

One of the major thoughts that everyone is trying to overcome is how to go about building a platform if they wish to do so…This article decodes the mystery of creating platforms in 5 simple steps.

Thinkers360 | June 17, 2022 | Rejo Francis
Healthcare AI: From Theory to Practice

Consumerization is transforming the healthcare space with digital technologies causing a fundamental shift in consumer behavior, demands, and preferences. AI has a strong reach and can magnify the reach of care by integrating health data across platforms.

Thinkers360 | June 16, 2022 | Logan Harper, MS
How to Use YouTube to Market Your Small Business

Have you been sleeping on YouTube marketing? If the answer is yes, you’re not alone. It’s easy to dismiss YouTube as the place where teenagers and young adults make silly content, whether they’re sampling weird fast food mashups or doing stunts.

Thinkers360 | June 16, 2022 | Tabitha Jean Naylor
How do you measure Value in Scrum? (Part 2)

This is part 2 of the How do you measure Value in Scrum

Thinkers360 | June 15, 2022 | John Coleman
How do you measure Value in Scrum? Part 1

How do I measure value for a major IT infrastructure piece of work? How do I measure value? Before I even get into, how do I measure value? What is value? A lot of people struggle with this. I wrote an article about this here, what is value really? I think one of the reasons why the world is in the

Thinkers360 | June 14, 2022 | John Coleman
Hope Is A Funny Thing

Hope is a funny thing. When things are tough, it can be tempting to give up hope. After all, what’s the point of hoping for something when the odds seem stacked against you? Leading with hope can be challenging at the best of times, but during an economic downturn it can feel downright impossible.

Thinkers360 | June 13, 2022 | Dean Miles
7 Effective Ways to Market Your Business without Breaking the Bank

When a business is pinching pennies, the marketing budget is often the first thing to go. For many business owners, it’s more important to continue paying employees and to pay utilities than it is to try to attract new customers.

Thinkers360 | June 13, 2022 | Tabitha Jean Naylor
The Power of Good Judgement

Anyone who has ever been in a position of leadership knows that judgment is a vital quality. A lot of experts have tried to define good judgment, but it's still hard to understand exactly what it is or how to acquire it. Good judgment is something that everyone hopes for in their leaders.

Thinkers360 | June 12, 2022 | Dean Miles