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  • Another great example of cluelessness. Google has a right to exercise inordinate power over its own products. Just… ,
  • via ... is hard for us here to laugh. States now run the country abs SOMO sitting on the sidelines. ,
  • Still a bit surprising to me how often people confuse a successful company with a monopoly. And how they will compl… ,
  • And what about the rest of the Internet... they'll ask to dip their hand into the Google coffers as well... this is… ,
  • And oh, isn't Google fully within its rights to say "nah, don't think so, "we'll just stop surfacing news we have t… ,
  • Wonder if our Govt will figure out how search works and understand we want to find news on Google and it takes us t… ,
  • Yep. 100% Chaos. Covid has exposed the need for a new approach to Federal vs. State level governance. Border cont… ,
  • WA Premier lashes NSW over virus and continues to be full of rhetoric and utter BS. VIC is doing worse than NSW by… ,
  • Spot on. A Royal Commission should be accelerated by the PM... Victoria’s brutal bureaucracy bereft of basic decency ,
  • A great read... So right... Let’s ask a better question: Why doesn’t advertising work (more often)? | WARC ,
  • Further evidence of the disgrace that is . It's time for a coordinated federal approach versus the… ,
  • Victoria still in a state of total disarray with regard to covid testing and comms. DHS phones melting down. Covid… ,
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A Sad Day

Peter Drucker died today – he was the real deal. A remarkable thinker, leader and brilliant educator. I was lucky enough to spend time with him several years ago at a corporate offsite and was simply astounded at his smarts and ability to set the room alight with anecdotes and thinking.
In a 1999 Wall Street Journal opinion piece, Joan Magretta and Nan Stone wrote: “Before Peter Drucker, most people thought about their businesses with a manufacturing mindset, defining a business based on what it produced. Today, the marketing mindset prevails. It was Mr. Drucker’s critical insight that instead of buying a ‘product’ the customer buys the satisfaction of a need.” – WSJ

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