How Scenario Planning Influences Strategic Decisions

Scenario planning involves planning for the future by understanding that different marketplace outcomes may occur in response to any strategy and that each possible marketplace outcome must be planned for to avoid the worst case scenario. Here’s a simple example: Suppose that a major soda company introduces a new non-carbonated cola beverage into the marketplace. […]

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Ransomware: Even Worse Than the Name Implies

The term “ransom” has been around for hundreds of years and is best described as a way to redeem someone from captivity, bondage, detention, etc., by paying a demanded price. Today, we have another destructive variation of the word ransom — that is “ransomware.” What is it and what can we do about it? TechRepublic […]

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Global Web Users: A Work in Progress

Recently, the International Communication Union, a UN agency conducted research on Web usage around the globe. Click here for a PDF of the highlights of its 2016 report based on this research. Statista has devised an interesting chart from the ICU data. [See below.] And its Felix Richter  offered these insights: “25 years ago, August […]

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How to Be More Confident and Motivated

Click the image below to download the FREE book Personal Confidence & Motivation from MTD Training. [Note: A simple login is required. Select working as your option.] “Do you have the self-belief and confidence to make a difference? Do you ‘just know’ that you’ll succeed no matter what? Do you know what motivates and gets you going? And […]

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