Links for March 22 2009

Why Ideals are the New Business Models by Umair Haque on HarvardBusiness.org

The 5 Percent Trick: Finding Passion and Purpose in Life by Albert on Zen Habits

Influential Following by Chris Guillebeau on The Art of Nonconformity

First, Stop Doing Harm by Andrew McAfee

The Problem with B-Schools is the Problem with Business by Charles H. Green on Trust Matters

Four Fatal Flaws of Strategic Planning by Ed Burrows on HarvardBusiness.org

When your VP doesn’t understand your job by Scott Berkun

Empathy: An Essential Ingredient of Innovation by Mark Howell on Strategy Central

Stories that Grab and Hold your Audience by Steve Neiderhauser

The Paradox of Transparency by Tim O’Reilly on O’Reilly Radar

Your Software Project Has No Goal by Jurgen Appelo on NOOP.NL

Cheap Vs. Quality IT by Mike Schaffner on Beyond Blinking Lights and Acronyms

Individuals and Crowds by Jonathan Salem Baskin on dimbulb

Yeah, but he really knows his stuff… by Seth Godin

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Thank you for the link 🙂

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Welcome Albert! Great post.

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