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WWGD? - The PowerPoint
WWGD? - The PowerPoint
WWGD? - The PowerPoint
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WWGD? - The PowerPoint
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WWGD? - The PowerPoint
WWGD? - The PowerPoint
WWGD? - The PowerPoint
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WWGD? - The PowerPoint

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Here is the PowerPoint version of What Would Google Do? - the Book - by Jeff Jarvis. …

Here is the PowerPoint version of What Would Google Do? - the Book - by Jeff Jarvis.

http://www.buzzmachine.com/what-would-google-do/

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  • @archanathakkar1
    Hi Archana,
    thankx for posting with new facts...I really appreciate that.
    All the best dear
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  • Google is being run by Indians, managerially and technically. Even though Page and Schmidt are CEO and Executive Chairman of Big G, but still we can’t forget that it was Amit Singhal, an IIT Roorkey Graduate, who re-wrote the whole algorithm of Google Search Engine in 2000 which made Google the best in the industry. Then, Nikesh Arora of BHU-IT is the Chief Business Manager; Vic Goundotra is the man behind the whole Google Plus… and, many many more. Search FAMOUS INDIANS WORKING IN GOOGLE for more details.
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  • My situation is similar to yours. I am a teacher in high school and author of a new occupation: web designer. I work as you do. Bring lecturers from practice. I talk to my students about their position tomorrow in the labor market. If you plan to visit my lovely Croatia, be my guest lecture to my students. Bravo and thank you for your great thoughts! Ivica Kartelo
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  • I've just watched Jeff present this on the Gazelles Growth Series. His thinking is a great challenge to each of us, to disrupt our view about our business before someone else does. Challenging ourselves to ensure we're still adding value, living life in beta through collaboration and embracing customers in the design phase are great rules/guidelines for us all!
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  • I have read the book and loved every page of it! Mind blowing!
    I recommend everyone who has an email address to read it!
    Yes, I mean it... and btw, Jeff didnt pay me to say it!
    Have a great life!
    www.powerofthought.org
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  • 1.  
  • 2. rules
  • 3. New relationship
    • Give the people control, we will use it
    • Dell hell
    • Your worst customer is your best friend
    • Your best customer is your partner
  • 4. New architecture
    • The link changes everything
    • Do what you do best and link to the rest
    • Join a network / Be a platform
    • Think distributed
  • 5. New publicness
    • If you’re not searchable, you won’t be found
    • Everybody needs a little SEO
    • Life is public, so is business
    • Your customers are your ad agency
  • 6. New society
    • Elegant organization —Mark Zuckerberg
  • 7. New economy
    • Small is the new big
    • Manage abundance (not scarcity)
    • Join the open-source, gift economy
    • The mass market is dead—long live the mass of niches
    • Google commodifies everything
    • Welcome to the Google economy
  • 8. New business reality
    • Atoms are a drag
    • Middlemen are doomed
    • Free is a business model
    • Decide what business you’re in
  • 9. New attitude
    • There is an inverse relationship between control and trust —David Weinberger
    • Trust the people
    • Listen
  • 10. New ethic
    • Make mistakes well
    • Life is a beta
    • Be honest
    • Be transparent
    • Collaborate
    • Don’t be evil
  • 11. New speed
    • Answers are instantaneous
    • Life is live
    • Mobs form in a flash
  • 12. New imperatives
    • Beware the cash cow in the coalmine
    • Encourage, enable, and protect innovation
    • Simplify, Simplify
    • Get out of the way —Craig Newmark
  • 13. ruled the earth If
  • 14. Media
    • The Google Times — Newspapers, post-paper
    • Googlewood — Entertainment, opened up
    • GoogleCollins — Killing the book to save it
  • 15. Advertising
    • And now a word from Google’s sponsors — Is advertising replaced by quality and service. Are the customers the ad agency?
  • 16. Retail
    • Google Eats — A business built on openness
    • Google Shops — A company built on people
  • 17. Utilities
    • Google Power & Light — What Google would do
    • GT&T — What Google should do Imagine a cable company as a platform for what we want to do.
  • 18. Manufacturing
    • The Googlemobile — From secrecy to sharing: Opening up the design process
    • Google Cola — We’re more than consumers
  • 19. Service
    • Google Air — A social marketplace of customers: Can an airline become a publisher for its wise crowd?
    • Google Real Estate — Information is power Eliminating the middlemen—or making them add real value
  • 20. Money
    • Google Capital — Money makes networks The Googliest job
    • The First Bank of Google — Markets without middlemen Open Bank, the transparent institution, the only bank you can trust
  • 21. Public welfare
    • St. Google’s Hospital — The benefits of publicness
    • Google Mutual Insurance — The business of cooperation
  • 22. Public institutions
    • Google U — Opening education
    • The United States of Google — Geeks rule
  • 23. Exceptions
    • PR and lawyers — Hopeless
    • God and Apple — Beyond Google? Is Apple the great exception or is it Googley?
  • 24. Generation
  • 25. Generation Google and the impact on:
    • Friendship — We stay linked forever
    • Publicness — Is privacy over?
    • Thought — Does the internet make us smarter?
    • Politics and government — Is this the transparent administration?
    • Talent — This is the creation generation
  • 26.
    • On sale now
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