Analysis of the Amazon Fire Phone a Unique Business Strategy

By Robert Brodo | Nov 3, 2015 3:10:37 PM

From Urban Dictionary: “2000-and-late,” Meaning something or someone is late to the party. Originally used in the rap song "Boom Boom Pow" by the Black Eyed Peas. I finally bought my first iPhone. #2000-and-late

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Super Bowl Marketing: Did it Deliver on their Value Propositions?

By Robert Brodo | Nov 3, 2015 2:42:22 PM

The Super Bowl is now an old memory. The food has all been eaten and most fans of football are already looking toward the new season. In other words, the Combine starts next week!

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Is Netflix the Biggest Threat to Corporate Training and Development?

By Robert Brodo | Nov 3, 2015 2:13:30 PM

It was truly one of the nicest compliments I have received in my more than 25 years of designing, developing, and delivering business simulation training engagements: “I have never heard a group of participants ever say they actually like the pre-work!” This comment came from one of the most innovative and well respected talent development professionals in the industry and I was thrilled to hear his comments and reaction.

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Innovation is Critical to Executing a Business Strategy

By Robert Brodo | Nov 3, 2015 2:02:29 PM

Every day around the world, business leaders ask their employees to be more innovative. And at the end of the day, most leaders are left frustrated and disappointed because nothing has changed. The employees “don’t get it,” or worse yet, they don’t care enough.

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Starbucks Growing by Innovative Marketing Strategies

By Robert Brodo | Nov 3, 2015 1:52:34 PM

Like many other industries, the food industry is going through significant changes in the ways companies go to market, attract new customers, and grow the business. It is clear that long-term success is totally dependent upon strategies that deliver the right message and value proposition to an expanding customer base.

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