Category Archives for Bill Ringle Blog

What You Measure Matters

Mark Benjamin shines a light on how NGO’s sometimes distort the results of their impact studies in order to show “success” to funding organizations. Businesses of all sizes have engaged

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Words Matter, So How are You Doing with Yours?

Everybody Can Use a Pep Talk Kid President makes a strong case for everyone to hear his message. As you watch this video the first time, enjoy what he says and how he delivers it. The next time you watch

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Google Tests Interaction on Home Page – How Are You Experimenting?

This morning I found an unusual image of a snowy field with primitive video graphics on my Google Home page, and with no more exhortation, persuasion, or inducement, I clicked it out of curiosity. I wondered

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The Sacred Cow of Organizational Development Reaches an Inflection Point

What are the Next Steps for the MBTI in Corporate America?   Lillian Cunningham reported recently in the Washington Post how the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) has become one of the most influential

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SNL Opens with Tribute to Sandy Hook Victims

Saturday Night Live opened with a cappella version of “Silent Night” performed by the New York City Children’s Chorus in commemoration of the Newtown, CT tragedy last night.   It

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TED talk lets you open opportunities for innovation by really understanding time-shifting

Adrian Ott’s TED Talk Explains How the Rules Have Changed in an Attention-Scarce Economy I’m feeling the pressure to make the most of my time, and with my interest in and access to technology,

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Curiosity Can Kill Your Company

Confession: I once went through a carwash again to see what sensors were being used. No one else was in the car. The car didn’t need to be re-washed. I just had to know, so I drove around again. If

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Not Finding Information is Costly

According to Forrester Research, Inc., Vice President and Principal Analyst, Rob Koplowitz, in the November 2012 report, Mapping The Value of Social Business and Collaboration, says: “Information is

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What’s the Go Readiness of Your Team?

Last night I was talking with my friend Rick Miller at a top marketers dinner, and he shared an interesting perspective that I’d like to pass along. Rick and I were talking about what blunts, thwarts,

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Top Productivity Tools for 2012

I recently asked a group of my tech-wavy friends and clients what technology tool offered the biggest boost to their online productivity and below are the responses. What’s been the best software

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