Links for Dec 28 2008

This is the last “Sunday Links” post for 2008…hope you find it a good one!

Using Information to Develop Productive Relationships by Michael McKinney at Leading Blog

7 Wrong Ways To Outsource Your IT Department by Dr. Jim Anderson at the Business of IT

Google, WalMart, and MyBarackObama.com: The Power of the Real Time Enterprise by Tim O’Reilly on O’Reilly Radar

Godin’s “high cost of now” – how being a little behind can save you a great deal by Jared Goralink on Technotheory

Trying Harder in Hard Times by Mike Schaffner on Beyond Blinking Lights and Acronyms

Good to Great: More Evidence That “Most Claims of Magic are Testimony to Hubris” by Bob Sutton

Non-Profits Face Hard Decisions by Nan Stone on HarvardBusiness.org

Success: The Rest of the Story by Daniel Goleman

Must Reads & Worthy Reads for 2008 by John Moore on Brand Autopsy

When It Gets Slow by John Harrington on Photo Business News & Forum

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Comments

  1. Thanks for the links. Of course, I appreciated Bob Sutton's post on Good to Great.

  2. Yes….I know you 'love' Good to Great. How's that working out for your company? 🙂

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