The blue ocean strategy Switch blew away the competition by ignoring it, just like the Wii did way back when.
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Low-quality anonymous "editors" combined with some type of tie-up to Google have turned an interesting experiment into an overlooked but destructive mo…
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The 1850s commune spawned business practices and businesses that exists to this day.
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Nintendo studied noncustomers to create the blockbuster Wii and all went well until blue ocean Farmville.
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Leadership often requires radical change, pushing us well outside our comfort zone.
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A verb, in the active voice. We lost the greatest business writer of all time, the late, great, Sir Harold Evans.
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It's neither kind nor supportive to sit idly by watching others walk blindly into quicksand.
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On the importance of being open to divergent ideas & non-experts.
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Abandoned as a single mom in the 1940s, she suffered a rough life then made millions painting over the mistakes of others.
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French bakeries compete in a red ocean of bread while ignoring bagels, a low-cost obvious opportunity.
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Blue Ocean business Anova creates at-home versions of tools used by professional chefs bringing noncustomers into high-end cooking.
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A global authentication service could vastly improve the quality of online discourse and prove wildly profitable.
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