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7 ways to dramatically advance your career



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  • 1. Bruce Kasanoff and Michael Hinshaw 7 Ways to Dramatically Advance Your Career
  • 2. They didn’t waste time updating their resumes…
  • 3. The fastest way to advance your career is to drive innovation, rather than fall victim to it. Copyright 2006 Rocket Raccoon
  • 4. 1. Eliminate your industry’s persistent pain points
  • 5. 2. Dramatically reduce complexity
  • 6. 3. Cut prices 90% or more… find a cheaper and better solution to an existing problem iNav X iPad app vs. Garmin chartplotter. Images from iNav and Overton. $49 $427 - $854
  • 7. 4. Make stupid objects smart PlantLink lets flowers text you when they need water.
  • 8. 5. Teach your company to talk Apple, Google and Amazon are doing this already. Source: Ubergizmo
  • 9. 6. Be utterly transparent… be more open and honest than any of your competitors
  • 10. 7. Make loyalty dramatically easier than disloyalty Source:
  • 11. Don’t bet your career on a company that hasn’t changed its business model since before cell phones were invented. Source:
  • 12. For more information… Based on this LinkedIn article: icle/20130617120202-36792-7-ways-to- dramatically-advance-your-career Adapted from Smart Customers, Stupid Companies by Michael Hinshaw and Bruce Kasanoff. You can download the Introduction and 1st chapter for free here: Thanks to Flickr members John Jack Rice (cover) and Metro Transportation Library and Archive (#1). Q18CW