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In the 20th Century, buyers were hungry for the basics, a home, appliances, electricity, their first car, electric tools, televisions and later computers, cell phones, tablets and the vacation home. During those 20th Century demand bubbles, the buyers were in a frenzy. They were not particular about what they were buying since they often started with no buying or product experience. They were in the middle of this frenzy with a product scarcity for these buyers with no product or buying experience, and they fell victim to the fulfillment bubble. Through most of the 20th Century, the manufacturers were all about launching new products and fulfilling enough to meet the demand. Famo

There Are Profitable Cultures and There Are Not! What's YOUR Culture?

Every organization has a culture. In the vast majority of cases that culture is simply a default culture because leaders have not created a preferred culture. Organizational culture is the combination of its people's attitudes, practices, relationships, leadership style and values. Think about the implications of those five areas. When healthy, they reflect a good place to work but when unhealthy they can be toxic. Culture matters a lot. Default cultures are highly problematic because they simply reflect the aggregate character and practices of those in it - good and bad. They reflect the habits of the organization. The problem is that while there may be many good things about the people

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