• Posts Tagged ‘Vision’

    Taking a Step Back Doesn’t Always Move You Forward

    by  • July 26, 2016 • Leadership, Strategy, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

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    Think about this. You are engaged in a lively discussion with a group of business colleagues. Maybe there’s a problem that needs immediate attention, or perhaps the group is contemplating the best way to pursue a new opportunity. In your mind, the discussion is invigorating, and far from a standstill or a stalemate. Suddenly, you hear these words of wisdom: “Let’s take a step back for a moment.” 


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    Nabob and the Coffee Kerfuffle: How the 120-year-old brand managed to maintain its challenger status.

    by  • June 8, 2016 • Branding, Leadership, Marketing, Strategy, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    Article was by Jennifer Horn, Strategy Magazine.

    Respect_new2Nabob, you’re a feisty fella. In the ’80s, you famously smashed the paper bags of rival Maxwell House in ads to prove your own superior packaging. Not long after, you took aim at the coffee bean itself, ruling out the seeds that didn’t quite fit your strict flavour and aroma standards. And today, you’re crossing swords with society’s (arguably) pretentious coffee culture.

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    Leamington, Canada: The Little Town That Could

    by  • May 6, 2016 • Human Resources, Leadership, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    LeamingtonLeamington, a little town in the province of Ontario is the tomato capital of Canada. The town earned the honor by farming vast acreages of tomatoes in fields and greenhouses. Their tomato expertise caught the attention of the H. J. Heinz Company who erected a factory in Leamington in 1908. And for more than 100 years, the factory pumped out Heinz Ketchup and a variety of baby foods to markets in Canada and the USA.

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    Work That Matters starts with Matters that Work

    by  • April 5, 2016 • Branding, Human Resources, Leadership, Life, Marketing, Strategy • 0 Comments

    GoogleEmployeesTo most of us, the phrase Work that Matters infers job satisfaction. The outcome is lower stress, lower turnover, and higher productivity – in business, a ‘win-win’ for employees, customers and shareholders. The logic is infallible. So, I ask you, why is there such a gap between the theory and the practice? Why are so many organizations and so many workers struggling to find workplace nirvana?

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