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    Do You Need a CDMO?

    The Pandemic Will Open the Door to Dangerous New Competitors In the 2012 HBR article, Surviving Disruption, Clayton Christensen and Maxwell...
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    Does Your Business Need a CDMO?

    Video Podcast: Season 5, Episode 2: The team continues discussing “surprise” marketing topics and debating them. In this era of...
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    Is Virtual As Good As Live?

    Season 5, Episode 1: In this first episode of our video podcast, we have decided to surprise each other by...
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    Trends That Shaped the Last Decade

    Sean wrote an article on Linkedin regarding 10 trends that shaped the decade. It's a fitting backdrop for our season finale, where several of these trends are examined for their ongoing relevance to the world -- and to your B2B business!
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    The Impact of Coronavirus on B2Bs

    This special edition podcast was recorded on April 14, 2020 and focuses specifically on how to plan for the uncertain future spawned by COVID-19. The team puts this event into historical focus, discusses implications, and generally aims to help B2Bs be proactive in jump-starting their post-pandemic planning processes.
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    The Case of the Dubious Management Fad (NPS)

    Most marketers are familiar with Net Promoter Score (NPS) -- a metric to measure the strength of your relationships with customers. The Wall Street Journal wrote that some companies are reporting changes to NPS on quarterly analyst calls -- and called NPS a "Dubious Management Fad." You probably have an opinion on NPS -- listen in as we discuss plusses and minuses of NPS, particularly in a B2B context.
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    The Case of the Educated Gamble

    This weeks focus is on Netflix, a company that has continually been ahead of huge technological shifts. What kinds of practices does Netflix have -- as well as other companies who have successfully re-invented themselves? How do they know which trends to ignore, and which ones require massive shifts internal change? The group discusses the specific disciplines required to successfully respond to trends.
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    Why Do Companies Resist Change?

    It's a myth that most successful companies are doing enough to stay ahead of new competitors and technologies. The team discusses the very human - but dangerous - reasons incumbents move too slowly. Hear how legends like Jack Welch and Andy Grove made sure it didn't happen to them, how Millennial's might be just what these companies need, and how executives can solve the main issues and lead change.