Monthly Archives: February 2013

Decision Making: A Lemming’s certain rush into uncertainty

In a previous blog ( Uncertainty & Risk Management: Implications of not having an exit strategy in an all or nothing decision? ) I explored the ramifications of pursuing a course of action without an exit strategy. I understand that there is … Continue reading

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Organization Survival: Be able to cannibalize your own?

Tim Cook has purportedly said that Apple is not afraid to cannibalize its own products with the introduction of new ones. The argument being that if you are not prepared to, someone else will do it for you. I must … Continue reading

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Why doesn’t anybody copy Apple: Where do we focus? Gather marbles, or play the game?

This post is inspired by Horace Deidiu in his recent blog post (Why doesn’t anybody copy Apple?). His provocative question is: “Why is it that everyone wants to copy Apple’s products but nobody wants to copy being Apple?” He notes … Continue reading

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