Presented here is a selection of work I have published or participated in writing.
Sick Transit Gloria, Harvard Business Review
The February 2008 edition of HBR features a case-study on Toronto TransitCamp co-authored by Jay Goldman, Mark Kuznicki and myself. From HBR: ‘Social networking technologies can help in achieving large-scale change. A primer comes from Toronto, where these tools brought together an array of stakeholders in the city’s transportation system and served as a medium for dialogue during a highly effective in-person collaboration.’
The Power of the 2×2 Matrix
This business strategy book features a collection of 56 outstanding 2×2 decision making frameworks developed by leading business thinkers such as Michael Porter, Stephen Covey, and Igor Ansoff. I participated on the writing team, working closely with Alex and Phil.
The Networked Idealist’s Advantage
Strategy & Leadership, Volume 33, Number 3, 2005
“A new type of innovator that combines the rascal-like idealism of Robin Hood with the network-based business models of early internet businesses to revolutionize many markets.”
5-steps to establish relationships with customers online
The Canadian Marketing Association, April 2006.
Find them, Listen, Look around you, Say hello and Use your head.
Got Game (book review)
Slashdot, March 2005.
“Are gamer employees different? This is the question John Beck and Mitchell Wade answer in Got Game, How the Gamer Generation is Reshaping Business Forever.”