Trinity is a small fishing village in Newfoundland that has been labeled a national historic town and for the past 15 summers has hosted a drama troupe that present various stories from history. This photo was taken overlooking one of it’s many points as you look across the bay to Old Bonaventure.
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You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the old model obsolete. ~ Buckminster Fuller
You can either see founding a company as something youre doing because you want to produce good software, or you can see it as something you do so you can sell your stock and make a killing and move on.
Clear metrics + fewer clicks = greater CRM adoption. Many companies never realize the expected returns from their CRM (Customer Relationship Management) implementation. There is no magic increase in sales, no increase in the customer satisfaction index following the implementation of a shiny new application. CRM is not just an application you buy and install; it is also integral to business ethos, an essential part of its DNA that touches every part of the organization, is understood, and practiced by its employees. A well planned and executed CRM implementation can bring huge returns. An IDC study relating to the ROI of successful CRM implementations found companies have yielded returns ranging from 16% to more than 1000%. Over half of the companies surveyed yielded returns of between 50% and 500%. Consider those metrics for a moment. They are nothing short of staggering….
A fun little game for entrepreneurs You will need the following:
* 1 White board
* 1 Computer with Internet connection
* 1 Yellow Pages
- Simply take the phone book and throw it up in the air.
- Whatever section it lands on, create a disruptive business model and build a minimum viable product.
Any industry that still fills the yellow pages with paid advertisements is begging to be disrupted with a post-internet business model.
We never use a screwdriver in the last week. We hammer the screws in. We slam solder on the connections, cannibalize parts from other televisions if we run out of the right ones, use glue or hammers to fix switches that were never meant for that model. All the time management is pressing us to work faster, to make the target so we all get our bonuses. Worker in a Soviet television factory quoted in Milgrom & Roberts: Economics, Organization and Management.