At various times in my life (mostly work situations, but not always), I've been asked to come up with "a strategy" for something. Embarrassingly, I'm still not clear on what "a strategy" really is..... [more inside]
I like my job, but not the location. I'd like to find something similar/related to what I'm doing now in Southern California, but don't really know where I should be looking, and would like some suggestions. [more inside]
I'm looking for a case study that examines an organization as it grows and transitions into a larger company. It seems like this would be a ripe topic for writing, since I'm asking about "the life of a startup," but I'm having trouble finding a good, substantive case study that studies the operating environment, organizational circumstances, decisions, etc. Any suggestions? Thanks!
Existing Corporate Marketing Plans [more inside]
Can you recommend a forum where management strategy can be discussed? For example if I wanted to bounce ideas around appropriate project metrics?
Can you recommend a online forum where management strategy can be discussed? For example if I wanted to bounce ideas around appropriate project metrics? I know there are specific PM forums but I am wondering if there is a forum where managers sort of discuss their ideas etc. Something more general than a dedicated PM forum since my questions / discussions wont just relate to project management
What are the best practices and strategies for publishing ebooks? [more inside]
I want to get smart on competitive intelligence. Point me in the right direction. [more inside]
BusinessFilter: What are some classic examples of strategy, other than Sun Tzu's Art of War? The more quotable, the better. [more inside]
Creative marketing types: Looking for creative ways to "stay in front" of my clients! [more inside]
GuidanceCounselorFilter: What jobs involve strategic decisions on a fairly frequent basis? [more inside]
When my company discusses web design service with potential clients, they generally *always* balk and get ornery about the cost. Most of the time, we're working for small businesses, so understandably, $5-$10k is a substantial chunk of change for people to shell out. We don't get upset when we lose bids for being too expensive because we've always been taught that compromising our rate is not the solution... you simply can't meet everyone's budget. That being said, we turn away enough people who expect websites to cost $500-$1500 that I think there might be a market supportive enough to create solutions for. [come inside, won'tcha?] [more inside]