When something new appears on the scene, such as television, mobile phones, Google, or gluten-free cupcakes, not everyone rushes out to buy them at once. Some people jump in feet first, others hang-back a bit, and some finally give in. A perceptive chap, Everett Rogers, looked into how new ideas catch on and an interesting
As slogans go 'mad' isn't the best for dentists. A manic dentist wielding a masonry drill above your open mouth doesn't inspire confidence! Fortunately, the 'mad' bit comes from the fact this one fired more than half his customers in a single day. You see, Dr. Paddi was miserable and his patients were to blame.
Teams are formed and then swiftly dissolved on an increasingly regular basis. Perhaps they're set-up for that one critical project before being disbanded without a moments thought. The challenge is figuring out how to get this ragtag (sometimes jaded) bunch performing as a high functioning team in the shortest time. An overwhelming array of models
We all know it's important to focus on the long-term, on pursuing those tough to acquire skills, on developing that network, and on planting that 'tree'. But there's often a seemingly unending queue of urgent things that only you can possibly do. These urgent things shout loudly, vying for your attention and so they get it,
If we don't seek out customer feedback, we'll never know what leads to satisfied customers. If we don't know what creates satisfied customers, increasing customer loyalty will always be guesswork. Some insights: - It costs between 5 & 25 times more to acquire a new customer than to retain existing ones. - The greatest source