How can we make complicated things awesomely simple – an intro to Presentation Zen

In preparation to our own presentations I want to share some insights from the author of Presentation Zen “Garr Reynolds”, a look behind the scene, his talk at Google

and an overview given by him, basically to sell his book on Youtube 😉

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websensei on May 10th 2011 in Digital Products and Markets, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Public Relations

RSA Animate – Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us

again nicely animated scientific findings.

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websensei on April 19th 2011 in Leadership

The story of stuff

Supply Chains on a finite planet explained. Cool Design!

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websensei on April 19th 2011 in Leadership

How Great Companies Get Their Mojo

This is a repost from B-original.me – My personal reflections on nearly everything.

Watch Chip Conley on TED.com: “When the dotcom bubble burst, hotelier Chip Conley went in search of a business model based on happiness. In an old friendship with an employee and in the wisdom of a Buddhist king, he learned that success comes from what you count. He creates joyful hotels, where he hopes his employees, customers and investors alike can realize their full potential.”
I finished reading his book “Peak: How Great Companies Get Their Mojo from Maslow“. I was truly inspired by his ideas and I introduce the essential meaning and methods to my students in entrepreneurship as well as corporate communication.

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websensei on April 16th 2011 in Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Public Relations

Corporate Storytelling

Thanks to Raf Stevens and the wonderful team of prezi.com please watch this presentation full of rich insights into Storytelling and the art of Corporate Storytelling: frame by frame.

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websensei on April 16th 2011 in Public Relations