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Help Us Improve Our Blog In 2017

We’re making changes to our blog in 2017 to serve you with practical and helpful content. We’d love to hear your feedback on what you like about our content, and where we can do better. Will you help us out?

In 2016, we provided over 1 million readers with practical and useful content on exploring and testing new business models and value propositions. Through blog posts, webinars, podcasts, and email newsletters, we were able to dig deep into the challenges organizations face in the 21st century.

We want to continue to help you and your organizations navigate the complexities of strategy, innovation, and organizational design. We also want to help strengthen your organization’s ability to test and validate new business models, value propositions, and growth engines. Over the next few weeks we will post a bit less, while we are making changes.

That’s where we need your help.

We’d love to hear your feedback on how our content can help you solve business challenges inside your organization. You can use de Bono’s Thinking Hats (a favourite format of ours) to organize your thoughts in our comments section below.

Try the following structure:

  1. White Hat: What business goals are you trying to achieve in your organization? Where  can our blog help?

  2. Black Hat: What don’t you like about our blog?

  3. Yellow Hat: What do you particularly appreciate  about our blog?

  4. Green Hat: How can our content help you the most? What can we do differently to help you achieve your business goals? Which topics would interest you the most?

The different thinking hats will give us an idea of what you don’t like, what you like, and any new ideas we can add to our content in 2017. Your feedback and participation will help us hone in on what really matters to you.

Leave your response in the comments section below.

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