Power from the People

December 3, 2010 at 1:23 PM Leave a comment

I spoke to a packed house at Portland City Hall yesterday. It was an amazing event – more than 250 people in the software industry, from large corporate players to independent developers, came together to develop a shared vision of an economic strategy. We focused on using the power of community to achieve competitive advantage.

You could tell from the atmosphere that the event unleashed a tremendous desire in everyone to be part of something bigger. That speaks well of the core values of the people in that room, and the people in the Portland software community.

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Thompson Morrison

Thompson Morrison

About Thompson

As CEO of FUSE Insight, Thompson Morrison uses powerful new web interviewing technologies to help businesses better align their brand with the needs and aspirations of their customers. Learn more at www.fuseinsight.com

 

"The single most significant strategic strength that an organization can have is not a good strategic plan, but a commitment to strategic listening on the part of every member of the organization." -- Tom Peters

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