Monthly Archives: October 2011

  • Aras Geylani’s Inkeo Memo – 2011-10-18

    Posted on October 18, 2011 by in Aras Geylani's Inkeo Memo

    Helping You Achieve Excellence in Business and Technology October 18, 2011 Foresight: Half of Customers Resist Change, Half Don’t, Both Can Be Profitable Regardless of economic circumstance, 50% of customers will resist changing the way they work to fit your offerings, and 50% will not. Had this ratio been any different, it would make sense […]

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  • Aras Geylani’s Inkeo Memo – 2011-10-11

    Posted on October 11, 2011 by in Aras Geylani's Inkeo Memo

    Helping You Achieve Excellence in Business and Technology October 11, 2011 Foresight: Engineer This A key to the success of many of companies is the use of some form of engineered business: a consistent, repeatable, and measurable way of getting things done. For example, an engineered sales process can have all sales reps access a […]

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  • RIP Steve Jobs (1955-2011)

    Posted on October 6, 2011 by in Business, Opinion

    Imagine you are a kid who loves to tinker with things, and one day your mom or dad hand you a broken radio and ask you to take it to the repair shop. You walk into the repair shop only to see Thomas Edison himself waiting there to help you. While your jaws are dropped […]

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  • Aras Geylani’s Inkeo Memo – 2011-10-04

    Posted on October 4, 2011 by in Aras Geylani's Inkeo Memo

    Helping You Achieve Excellence in Business and Technology Foresight: The Lunacy of Unpaid Volunteering Producers of Oscar-winning movie “Black Swan” got sued by volunteers who helped take out garbage, fetch coffee, and do errands for star Natalie Portman. The law says, at least in America and Canada, “productive work” must get paid. “Productive” is a […]

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