This Week’s Recommended Reading

by CoyDavidson on July 20, 2012

5 Articles to Read this Weekend

Three Mistakes CEOs Must Avoid When Relocating a Business
An improving economy means that more and more industrial firms will be expanding and seeking more space. Unfortunately, relocations can be traumatic, and the smooth transition from one location to another demands careful planning, management, and execution… Area Development

Act Fast, but Not Necessarily First
Speed is killing our decisions. The crush of technology forces us to snap react. We blink, when we should think. E-mail, social media, and 24-hour news are relentless. Our time cycle gets faster every day… Harvard Business Review

5 Rules For Marketing In The Age Of Discovery
Marketing has entered a new age: Information is no longer programmed into consumers’ minds.  For nearly 300 years, those who could create the best message and deliver it in a memorable way across as wide an audience as possible won. In less than a decade, the types of content and ways we consume it have completely changed. Marketers have hardly caught up… Fast Company

Buyers of Latest iPad More Likely to Use It for Business
Whether it’s due to increasing adoption of Bring Your Own Device policies or the rising adoption by business of the device itself, Apple’s iPad continues to make inroads into enterprise… AllThingsD

BYOA: The New Path Into The Enterprise For Savvy Startups
Everyone in IT knows the pitfalls of the “bring-your-own-device” craze – the practice of tech-savvy employees using their own smartphones and tablets for work. Now, BYOD has ushered in the era of “bring your own application” or BYOA… Forbes

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