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Twenty-five years ago today, I gave myself a most important birthday present: I started a company called Aurora Worldwide Development Corporation in the twelve feet on the eastern side of my mother’s beauty salon in my hometown of Chetek, Wisconsin and started down...
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#ShareTheLove – Celebrate our 25th Year at Aurora WDC by Bringing In Your Team to RECONVERGE:G2 in Madison this April
You’re invited to celebrate with us all year long, but more immediately actionable for you and your teammates, we’ve got our final discount live and running through midnight on Valentine’s Day for you to join us in-person at our flagship event. We will sell out, the time is now.
Huawei has surpassed Apple as the second-largest volume selling smartphone maker in the world (behind Samsung). iPhone retailers across China are suddenly discounting inventory.
Apple, Inc. took some punishment on the equity markets lately as CEO Tim Cook explained away questions about sluggish iPhone growth forecasts on the cold trade war with China.
Looking back on 2019 I’m proudest of my resolution a year ago to quit worrying about the minor stick-fetching everybody wanted and focus instead on the real mission of every leader: GROWTH.
Face it: business is unpredictable and unforgiving, but can we really justify being a jerk in order to return results to shareholders?
Case in point: Most people in the United States do not recognize the name Cher Wang, but if you own a smartphone, you owe a debt to her influence. In fact, she is as responsible for the modern smartphone as Steve Jobs.
Why is it so hard for business leaders to admit they know less than they thought they did about their circumstances and must instead come to grips with the facts in order to confront reality? Before we can answer that question we must first ask, why is it that we expect CEOs and others in the executive leadership suite to have all the best answers instead of asking all the best questions?
I am humbled and honored to have two people I deeply respect join us on this journey of discovery. We have not chosen an easy path with RECONVERGE:G2 2018. And confronting the elephant in the room – the risk to our core values – is not for the faint of heart. But with Bridget and Rich leading us, I am confident we will succeed. Together.