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Are Customers Forcing Companies To Change Industry?

I have often blogged about my view that great content is where the telecoms and Internet Service Providers are now focused. If you have seen any of my earlier blogs on this subject then you will know that I believe … Continue reading

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Technology creates more jobs than it destroys

My colleague Simon Dillsworth recently wrote an excellent blog about the growth of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) here. Despite the name, RPA does not imply that services – such as customer service processes – are being overrun with robots that … Continue reading

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Crossing the chasm – from small to global

The path to global domination has changed. Small companies can grow to become medium just by doing a bit more of whatever they do – selling products or services and scaling up to increase the size of the operation. But … Continue reading

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Is change moving too fast today?

Take a look at this quote from a very famous book: The exploitation of the world market has given a cosmopolitan character to production and consumption in every country. … All old-established national industries have been destroyed or are daily … Continue reading

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Competitive intelligence with social media

In his classic book focused on military strategy ‘The Art of War’, Chinese general Sun Tzu said: “keep your friends close and your enemies closer.” This is now more possible than ever – without subterfuge or spying – using social … Continue reading

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Honesty (in social media) is the best policy

One of the big differences about social media compared to other communication channels is that it is very open and transparent. Take Twitter for example, many messages are exchanged openly as if they are emails between two people, yet that … Continue reading

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Company departments are growing closer

I’ve been writing on this blog recently about how social media tools are moving far beyond just customer service alone. There is something new and challenging about a completely transparent channel of communication that is changing the fundamental structure of … Continue reading

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