Best Practices
714 views

Why Strategy Needs to Be Specific…

SDC Editor - September 21, 2011

Today’s Dilbert strip hit on a couple of key thoughts, albeit in traditional Dilbert fashion… (more…)

Analytics
1015 views

From “The Farm” to FarmVille

AlexOlesker - August 16, 2011

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Analytics
859 views

War Games: A New Type of Competitive Analytical Tool

Brett Stupakevich - May 3, 2011

Steve McDonnellSpotfire Blogging Team (more…)

Marketing
825 views

The “thin edge of the wedge” strategy

ChrisDixon - December 27, 2010

Establishing relationships with new users is the hardest part of growing a startup.  For consumer products establishing relationships can mean…

Inside Companies
620 views

Decision Management – Aligning Strategy and Operations

JamesTaylor - September 29, 2010

The folks from SPSS and ILOG presented on Decision Management – Aligning Organizational Strategy with Day-to-Day Operations. I have blogged…

Business Intelligence
647 views

Pay as You Benefit: A New Enterprise IT Strategy

MIKE20 - July 18, 2010

A recent post, “‘Pay as You Benefit‘: A New Enterprise IT Strategy,” describes an incremental approach to new information development…

Uncategorized
851 views

From Search to Share: How Google can win in the Social Age

hkotadia1 - June 19, 2010

Google is one of the great success stories of internet age. Given its mission to organize the world’s information and…

Uncategorized
1049 views

Social Media Strategy Q & A

JillDyche - June 1, 2010

In which Jill conducts a Q&A—and she’s not even doing a podcast!!! I got some great feedback on my last…

CRM
1119 views

5 Lessons Social CRM can Learn from CRM

hkotadia1 - May 17, 2010

I have been implementing CRM Solutions for a decade, having successfully managed many large CRM projects for Fortune 500 companies in the…

Uncategorized
1000 views

Marketing Lessons from the Collapse of Lehman Brothers

paulbarsch - January 28, 2010

For one hundred and fifty eight years, the investment bank Lehman Brothers survived multiple business cycles and even the Great…