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Digital media professional from Helsinki Finland. I connect people and ideas.

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  • Aalto shared from The Impact Equation: Are You Making Things Happen or Just Making Noise? by Chris Brogan, Juliet Stanwell Smith
    exactly what people want. When we wrote this book, we considered the ten-thousand-foot view, but we also knew that each Impact Attribute would need to be discussed in a concrete manner, because it’s how you get ideas to stick most effectively. With that in mind, we present to you the Trust Equation, on which the whole idea of this book was constructed. For this we are much indebted to The Trusted Advisor, by David Maister, Charles Green, and Robert Galford. C * R * I / S = TRUST C = Credibility R = Reliability I = Intimacy S = Self-interest Credibility is what you say that can actually be backed...
    Note: Luottamuksen kaava ping @jmpentikainen #luottamus
  • Aalto shared from The Impact Equation: Are You Making Things Happen or Just Making Noise? by Chris Brogan, Juliet Stanwell Smith
    C * R * I / S = TRUST C = Credibility R = Reliability I = Intimacy S = Self-interest
    Note: Luottamuksen kaava ping @mpentikainen #luottamus
  • Aalto shared from Competitive Strategy: Techniques for Analyzing Industries and Competitors by Michael E. Porter
    Any definition of an industry is essentially a choice of where to draw the line between established competitors and substitute products, between existing firms and potential entrants, and between existing firms and suppliers and buyers.
    Note: Toimintaympäristön analyysi alkaa toimialan määrittelemisestä #toimintaympäristö
  • Aalto shared from Public Value: Theory and Practice by Professor John Benington
    What is public value? Public value can be thought of in two main ways: • First, what the public values • Second, what adds value to the public sphere
    Note: Arvo yhteiskunnalle: 1) mitä yhteisö arvostaa 2) mikä tuottaa arvoa yhteisölle #arvoayhteiskunnalle
  • Aalto shared from Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now by Douglas Rushkoff
    In the digital universe, our personal history and its sense of narrative is succeeded by our social networking profile—a snapshot of the current moment. The information itself—our social graph of friends and likes—is a product being sold to market researchers in order to better predict and guide our futures. Using past data to steer the future, however, ends up negating the present. The futile quest for omniscience we looked at earlier in this chapter encourages us, particularly businesses, to seek ever more fresh and up-to-the-minute samples, as if this will render the present coherent...
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