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Must Visit Business Information Sites

Anyone who uses the Internet for research knows that there is lots of fluff in search results. However there are some real gems and I’d like to share a few.

The first is ManyWorlds

Topics include the full spectrum of business issues — planning, marketing, organization issues and more. The content is delivered in a variety of formats — whitepapers, presentations, tools, blogs and articles.

Some example topics, “Where is advertising going?”, “When benchmarks don’t work.” To obtain full access registration is needed, but well worth it.

Here is another great site ChangeThis–” We’re on a mission to spread important ideas and change minds.”

Here is a sample of topics —

  • How can you tap the transformational power of the truth? How can you use it to turn ordinary relationships into extraordinary ones?
  • Business Improvisation: The Diving Catch of the Corporate World
  • People Don’t Hate Change, They Hate How You’re Trying to Change Them
  • Seinfeld on Marketing: 7 Marketing Lessons from the Cast of the Show About Nothing

How can you resist a visit? There is a wide range of subject areas. Definitely unique and thought provoking. No registration, but you can sign up for news updates.

Here are a few more —

Need Marketing Information try the MarketingTeacher covers just about anything about Marketing including Bowman’s Strategy Clock.

Another unique site is ConceptSpace from the London Business School. It is a visual search tool. Gives you basic information on virtually any business topic.

Finally this site is the KitchenSink of links to anything you need to know about business and more. It has many external links and spreadsheets and whitepapers to download.

Now you may get through the fluff and find what you need.

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Ed Konczal has an MBA from New York University's Stern School of Business (with distinction). He has spent the last 10 years as an executive consultant focusing on human resources, leadership, market research, and business planning. Ed has over 10 years of top-level experience from AT&T in the areas of new ventures and business planning. He is co-author of the book "Simple Stories for Leadership Insight," published by University Press of America.
 
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