The Wall St. Journal reports that Gillette is bleeding marketshare and losing out to competitors like Dollar Shave Club. How does such an iconic company — with a terrific product — get so thoroughly disrupted? That’s the topic of today’s PROJECT DISTINCT, where Scott McKain reveals it’s not just about price. Discover the secret for denying disruption —
Today’s employees are not as loyal to organizations as they are to their respective managers. So, what does it take to display the attitude that will inspire your top people to be committed to both you and your business? In today’s PROJECT DISTINCT, Scott McKain reviews why it’s so critical for you to display the four requirements for a great management attitude?and reveals what you need to display to your team.
In this time of disruption in business, what do you need to know to be certain that you can reposition yourself for success? First off, know that it is MUCH tougher to reposition than to position a business or career. With that in mind, Scott McKain reveals on today’s PROJECT DISTINCT what you need to consider for successful repositioning.
Believe it or not, baseball Hall of Fame Ted Williams is one of the inspirations of billionaire Warren Buffett. In his study of hitting a baseball, Williams broke down the strike zone into 77 spots – then, analyzed where the “sweet spots” were that would give him a greater probability of getting a hit. Buffett decided to do the same to determine where his financial “sweet spots” were. On today’s PROJECT DISTINCT, Scott McKain asks you an important question about distinction: Where is YOUR “sweet spot”?