Earlier this year, it was declared that we are in the age of intelligence: 2,000 delegates at the 14th International Conference of Thinking in Kuala Lumpur embraced the fact that instead of thinking agriculturally, informationally or technologically, we will finally think intelligently.
Wridea isn’t for everyone; clearly the developers wanted to give people almost a whiteboard for brainstorming and a place they could jot down the ideas running around their heads without having to click a half-dozen times to get to a text prompt.
There’s an interesting article at Fast Company about solving problems by copycatting.
Ideas Go ‘out Of This World’.
Don’t make a demo in the hope that your customer will eventually see something of interest.
Be realistic on staffing.
To sell more, you need to know what your customer’s need and want.
Once you create your blog, you’ve created the need to have not only content, but interesting content, several times a week.
At the culmination of a company brainstorming session, you are bound to have a number of ideas, some good and some bad.