The New Rules of IWMS: New Imperatives

The New Rules of IWMS: New Imperatives

In this tenth (and last) post of the post series “The New Rules of IWMS”, based on the book “What Would Google Do” by Jeff Jarvis, I will discuss new imperatives that come from Google that rule the world. Beware the cash cow in the coal mine Cash flow can blind you to...
The New Rules of IWMS: New Speed

The New Rules of IWMS: New Speed

Based on the book “What Would Google Do” by Jeff Jarvis, I’m writing a post series about the New Rules of IWMS. Today is the ninth post of the series entitled “New Speed” in which I’ll discuss the impact speed has on IWMS Software. Intolerance for slow Google has made...
The New Rules of IWMS: New Ethic

The New Rules of IWMS: New Ethic

In this eight post of the post series “The New Rules of IWMS”, based on the book “What Would Google Do” by Jeff Jarvis, I will discuss new ethics that rule the world. Make mistakes well Corrections do not diminish credibility. Corrections enhance credibility. Standing...
The New Rules of IWMS: New Attitude

The New Rules of IWMS: New Attitude

In this seventh post of the post series “The New Rules of IWMS”, based on the book “What Would Google Do” by Jeff Jarvis, I will discuss the new attitude that underlies many of the successes of Google. There is an inverse relationship between control and trust Trust...
The New Rules of IWMS: New Business Reality

The New Rules of IWMS: New Business Reality

Based on the book “What Would Google Do” by Jeff Jarvis, I’m writing a post series about the New Rules of IWMS. Today is the sixth post of the series entitled “New Business Reality” in which I’ll discuss the impact Google has on the business reality, and the...