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Google's 10 Golden Rules  >>  10 Guiding Principles    9 Notions of Innovation

Innompic Games  >>  Differentiated    Venture Development

e-Coach: 10 Success Lessons    A Drop larger than the Ocean

Market Segmentation by Business e-Coach

Value Created by Social Networks

Fun4Biz  >>  Advertising Slogans

Cimcoin    eRaritet    CimJoy  >>  CimJoy Guiding Principles

Amazon: 10 Success Lessons  >>  Business Model    Jeff Bezos

Facebook  >>  10 Success Lessons from Mark Zuckerberg

Alibaba: 10 Success Advices from Jack Ma

Charles Schwab    OneShift

How To Succeed Online

Internet Entrepreneur  >>  Coaching by Example

SEO and SEM    Social Media Marketing



  Always look for new places where you can make a difference!.

  Try to anticipate needs not yet articulated by your audience, and meet them with products and services that set new standards.

  Formulate core principles to guide your actions and tackle new challenges as you keep looking towards the future.

  Keep pushing the limits of existing technology to provide better, more accurate and easier-to-use products and services.



  Keep making your services faster, not just better, because your audience’s time is increasingly precious.

Build a customer-centered company. Begin and end your innovation process with the customer. Give users what they want, when they want it and the way they like it. Provide something simple to use and easy to love. Facilitate collective entrepreneurship – allow a diverse group of people to share the risks and the rewards associated with the discovery and exploitation of new business opportunities. The money will follow.

  Be a business model innovator. Do radically new things in radically new ways. Build a diverse multifaceted team; facilitate cross-pollination of ideas and cross-functional collaboration.

  Establish a culture of creative dissatisfaction; make constant dissatisfaction with the way things are the driving force behind everything you do. Encourage creativity. Allow employees to use a part of their time working on their own projects.



  Launch innovations early and often in small beta tests. Give people a vision, rules about how to get there and deadlines. Have something working at the end of the day, then beta test, refine and improve it the next day. Learn what the market wants, iterate and make it great before releasing new features widely.

  Great just isn't good enough. See being great at something as a starting point, not an endpoint. Set stretch goals you know you can't reach yet, but can get further than you expect by stretching to meet them. Take things that work well and improve upon them in unexpected ways through innovation and iteration.



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