Tag Archives: Apple

Banking and Death by a “Thousand Cuts”

It is far easier to destroy a good brand than to build a good brand! Brand reputation can add, or subtract, significantly to share price.  Consider the brand power of Apple as depicted in this simple graph on global PC … Continue reading

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Why do they make it so hard?

I can remember back in the dark ages when the first portable Macs and PCs came out.  First I had to lug it on and off the airplane, then when I got to my hotel room I usually spent an hour … Continue reading

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Strategic Intent and Strategic Imperative . . .

In working with a client on aligning their current strategic plan so that it could be effectively delivered (as you know most strategies fail due to poor execution), I discovered a considerable amount of confusion and lack of clarity around … Continue reading

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