Ryan Ayers November 6, 2020 There hasn’t been too much to write home about in 2020, with COVID-19 showing no signs of stopping, a country politically divided during an election year, and more natural disasters in the U.S. than anyone would care to count. However, with all of the changes caused by stay-at-home orders and … Continue reading The 5 Types of Organizational Change
Tony Zambito October 13, 2020 In a period of ninety days, the world and business of commerce have been shocked by its foundations. Executives from all industries are faced with uncertainties that could not have been anticipated at the start of 2020. Causing senior leaders to scrap plans, accelerate plans, or seek alternative plans to … Continue reading 7 Ways the Future of Business in an Existing and Post-COVID-19 World Will Change
Daniel Burrus October 4, 2020 If I were to ask you if people like change, your knee-jerk response would likely be no. However, the reality is that humans actually crave change. Take vacations, for example, or the lack of vacations due to COVID-19. We crave travel because we want a change from our usual surroundings, … Continue reading Why Should We Embrace Change?
Liz Kislik September 16, 2020 A client and I recently talked about what it takes for a strong, go-to, mid-level manager to develop into a successful senior leader. We listed many kinds of characteristics and experiences, including the need to look at the big picture differently, consider external factors you might not have addressed … Continue reading What Do You Have to Change When You Move Up a Level?
Consumers Share ‘Specific’ Personal Data With Brands — That May Change When They Discover Data Trusts by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, August 14, 2020 Consumers are developing new ways to socialize, search, shop and respond to online advertising amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. A report released this week sheds light on personalization and privacy preferences, but that … Continue reading Consumers Share ‘Specific’ Personal Data With Brands — That May Change When They Discover Data Trusts
Hugh Stephens July 19, 2020 FACT: Instagram Stories have turned out to be one of our most favorite reasons for spending time on the social network. What’s more, Instagram also constantly offers us new creative ideas to make posts more appealing. Take Instagram Story Backgrounds, for example. More and more people are changing the background … Continue reading How to Change the Background Color of an Instagram Story
Lyndell Danzie-Black July 10, 2020 We are all connecting from the comforts of our homes since the mandatory lock down. Like me, I think you would like this to end and get back to your individual routines. The last couple of months was good or bad for some of us. Our focus has been on … Continue reading A Time for New Resilience in a World of Change
Barry Roos — May 27, 2020 After the pandemic, a lot of things will go back to normal for small businesses. But, some things will remain changed forever. Here are five things that I think will change permanently for small business websites around the globe. No Companies Without Websites After The Pandemic There will no … Continue reading 5 Things That Will Change Forever For Small Business Websites
John Lincoln — May 22, 2020 Since its launch in 2010, Pinterest has amassed more than 320 million monthly active users globally, becoming a force to be reckoned with in the social media world. In fact, it recently surpassed Snapchat and is now the third-largest social network in the U.S. But unlike other popular sites … Continue reading 3 Big Changes Pinterest Has Made Which Might Change Your Strategy
Dan Moyle — May 18, 2020 Marketing is the beginning of a conversation with ideal prospects; it can come from many different avenues. If marketing is the business process of identifying, anticipating and satisfying customers’ needs and wants, then it’s also getting in front of those potential business relationships. Because marketing is used to attract … Continue reading How Digital Marketing Continues to Change