Business differentiation is not about highlighting what makes your offer different. That would be marketing differentiation. Differentiating your business is about ...
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Are your plans defined or undefined? Are they flexible or inflexible? These distinctions are the key to fostering long-term motivation.
We have all have had “one of those days”. You started off strong, but nothing went as expected. You felt like the better part of your day was wasted. You found yourself contemplating a complete shift, an overhaul or early retirement. Again.
Hold on. Wait. What just happened??
When you get blindsided like that, what you need is some ...
The formula for implementing new ideas is simple:
Start project. Work on project. Complete project.
But it rarely works out this way. And the cumulative impact on morale, credibility, progress and corporate culture can be devastating over time. So, consider these...
... you may want to consider simplifying your toolkit to suit your needs, rather than massaging a complex, expensive system and modifying your processes to fit the system.
What does it take to stand out and get better results?
"A slow strategy of genuine differentiation eventually achieves more than a fast-track but short-lived cloning of the market leader." -@Nnaniquism
When I help my clients differentiate their businesses, we start at a foundational level, and build out the 5 phases to their Differentiation Strategy, all of which are critical if you’re serious about getting your business in the game.
We love Differentiation! When done well, differentiation is a pleasure to experience.
I’m continually meeting businesses that are seriously committed to staying “in the game” and prepared to do what it takes to win. This economic shift has resulted in higher quality and more innovation and as consumers and clients we’re far better off!!
I see Canada Day as a day to celebrate all that Canada is - honour our fellow Canadians and connect with all that it means to be Canadian.
During the Q&A session, Alex offered the following advice, which, as he noted, applies not just to making it into the NHL, but to all facets of life:
What is the difference between those businesses who are growing and those who are feeling the crunch?