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To innovate, find your own way

Let me tell you today the story of Carolina, a passionate Spanish girl who decided when she was 8 years old that she would become the best badminton player in the world (by the way, badminton is the second most played sport in the world just behind football-soccer). 887 more words

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Tapping into the Crowd, by An Coppens

With employee engagement at an all-time low, managers globally are looking at ways to be tap into the ideas of their workforce. It is disruptive to introduce crowdsourcing and gamification in creating competitive advantage and engagement of the employee base; yet it is the one obvious choice hidden in plain sight and with technology and timing completely ripe for this kind of adventure and engagement. 61 more words

An Coppens (Author And Co-Author)

An Coppens, author of 'Tapping into the Crowd'

An Coppens is the Chief Game Changer at Gamification Nation Ltd, which offers gamification design solutions and an online gamification community. The company is based in London and serving clients worldwide from well-known brands to smaller product focused SME’s. 286 more words

An Coppens (Author And Co-Author)

Michael Porter: Competitive Strategy

Of all the strategic thinkers we have covered (like Igor Ansoff, Kenichi Ohmae, and Porter’s student, Kathryyn Rudi Harrigan), Michael Porter deserves a special place. 957 more words

Management Thinkers

Assignment 2: Discussion—Competitive Advantage and Globalization

Competitive advantage implies the creation of a system that has a unique advantage over competitors. With the advent of globalization, the competition has become stronger and can be located anywhere in the world. 216 more words

Academic Writing

The Importance of Focusing on Business Models

“Investment is most intelligent when it is most businesslike.” – Benjamin Graham

“I am a better investor because I am a businessman and a better businessman because I am an investor.” – Warren Buffett…

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Aldi overtakes Co-op to become UK's fifth largest grocer

Aldi will open its 700th store later this month and is planning to open a further 300 over the next five years. Along with Lidl, it has caused huge disruption in the supermarket aisles, stealing market share form the traditional “big four” grocers; Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda and Morrisons. 99 more words