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The greatest book you will read all year -- or next

Those of you who read some of my posts may have bumped into my enthusiasm for Philip Kotler's "Chaotics: The Business of Managing and Marketing in the Age of Turbulence."

If I had to pick the single most important business book that I read during all of 2008 (when I started it) or 2009 (when I finished it), it would be Chaotics. To be honest, people that read this book don't really finish it, they keep referring back to ideas and bits of it -- flashing through its pages so as to rekindle points raised within the book. As a tool for understanding the rapidly changing economy and world system, it is without peer -- in my humble opinion.

I have recommended this one to many key leaders in Creative COW and most of them have taken the time to buy it and have told me that they too, now consider this one of the most important books they have ever read. I also recommended it to one of the top sales and marketing people that I know at one of the major hardware manufacturers in this industry, and he called one day to thank me for telling him about it. We ended up talking for almost an hour about some of the key points of the book.

I could tell you about what's in it but then, many would roll their eyes and say that it would be boring. Well, let me put it this way: there's nothing quite as exciting and stimulating as the stress of watching your business and career crumble right before your eyes. Many people I know in this industry (and others), have no real idea what is going on in the world today. Just how truly all-encompassing and sweeping the changes are that are affecting the world, business, and the way we must adapt in these radically changing times. They are succeeding by luck and chance, more than by design.

Chaotics puts the world under the microscope and explores ideas that will change the way that you look at the world.

Do yourself a favor (or favour for my British friends), do your family and your career a favor, read this book.

You can thank me for steering you to it, later.


Posted by: Ronald Lindeboom on Nov 16, 2009 at 8:21:31 am chaotics, business, books

At long last: Closed Captioning discussions come to Creative COW

We are happy to announce that Creative COW has just launched a discussion forum related to Closed Captioning. This is something that we have wanted to add to the forums line-up for a long time, now. But finding the right person to support it has been tough.

Recently, Jason Livingston wrote us and asked if we would consider adding a forum for Closed Captioning. When we checked out his credentials, Jason has quite an impressive resume, one part of which is both writing and supporting closed captioning systems.

We look forward to working with Jason, and if you would like to stop by the new forum, you will find Closed Captioning now listed in the COW forums line-up.


Posted by: Ronald Lindeboom on Nov 11, 2009 at 11:59:29 am closed captioning






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