Visions of Business Ecosystems

Partnering Resources

If companies can improve their understanding of their ecosystem, they have an edge that can help them find opportunities, assess potential threats, find collaborators, and monitor trends. When people think of Baltimore, they often think Orioles, soft shell crabs, and maybe Hairspray.

2013 259

The Information Needs of Communities

Alchemy of Change

I first heard the phrase ‘harvest strategy’ in the nineties, when it was briefly mentioned in a board meeting at the Baltimore Sun. Part 1 of 5: This is the first in a five-part-series on the decline, fall and possible renaissance of local news.

2011 230

Understanding and building Big Society (whatever you call it)

Social Reporter

Kate Wiggins assesses proposals in Third Sector. Prospects for Neighbourhood Revitalization Under the Big Society , lessons from Baltimore and Bristol, this month.

2011 176

The advantages of moving from one kind of poverty to another


cities: Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York. In other words, a statistically significant and sustained change in reported sense of well-being (‘a measure that represents a comprehensive assessment by the participants themselves of the extent to which their lives have been affected‘) resulted from moving out of a challenging area, even though the families were still in poverty.

2012 41

At the Corner of Assertiveness & Cooperation: Collaboration > Trust Matters

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Why Influence Is Only Halfway to Trust What Malpractice Suits Teach Us About Trust Trust in Singapore Trust-based Selling Program June 19 in the Baltimore-Washington Area Why Corporate Training May Be Less Effective Than Bird Training Is "Brand Trust" An Oxymoron? Announcing a New Self-Assessment Online Tool Discounting and Winston Churchill Warren Buffett, Confidence and Leadership From Management to Influence Do Non-Solicitation Clauses Pose Conflicts of Interest?

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