Phyllis Ezop

Phyllis Ezop

Phyllis Ezop - Motivational Speaker

Winning Moves® Strategic Choices for Business Success and Growth

Phyllis Ezop's 25+ years of research into business success and failure patterns helps companies make the right choices for successful strategic moves.

Fee Range: Available upon request
Travels from Chicago, IL (US)

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Phyllis Ezop
Phyllis Ezop - Motivational Speaker

Winning Moves® Strategic Choices for Business Success and Growth

Phyllis Ezop's 25+ years of research into business success and failure patterns helps companies make the right choices for successful strategic moves.

Fee Range: Available upon request
Travels from Chicago, IL

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Phyllis Ezop

Winning Moves® Strategic Choices for Business Success and Growth

Phyllis Ezop's 25+ years of research into business success and failure patterns helps companies make the right choices for successful strategic moves.

Fee Range: Available upon request
Travels from: Chicago, IL

For more information about booking Phyllis Ezop,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/PhyllisEzop/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Not All Corporate Spinoffs Are Beneficial

Over the last few years, many companies have slimmed down by spinning off businesses. Spinoffs have been said to keep companies focused, presumably for better performance. However, although a company can benefit from shedding what doesn’t fit at all, doing … Continue reading →...

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Even Star Innovators Need a Strategy

Innovation has contributed to tremendous success at Apple. The innovation shepherded by the late Steve Jobs, Apple founder and returning CEO, earned the company the distinction of being the then most valuable company in the world. Yet, more than ten … Continue reading →...

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Don’t Forget the Human Element along with New Technology

My blog posts and newsletters have been pointing out the value of integrating the new with the old. I have discussed how, if the old way of doing something still has some benefits, there may be room for it in … Continue reading →...

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The Value of Explaining How AI (Artificial Intelligence) Algorithms Work

In today’s era of Big Data, many companies are becoming more interested in artificial intelligence (AI) with its machine learning techniques. Algorithms generated by artificial intelligence can find relationships in the data that might never even occur to humans. AI … Continue reading →...

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Are There Treasures in What Another Business Shuts Down?

As holiday shopping picks up steam with Black Friday, we are reminded that Toys-R-Us has shut down and shoppers must buy their toys elsewhere this year.  Despite the dire fate of Toys-R-Us, however, throngs of children still have toys on … Continue reading →...

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Business Troubles Often Start Long Before Disruption Occurs

When disruption looms and companies run into serious trouble, the cause of the difficulties is often attributed to businesses responding inadequately to major technological shifts. However, the true cause of the trouble may go far deeper and be more longstanding. … Continue reading →...

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Success with Small Bets Tied to a Company’s Past

Many companies face challenges in today’s rapidly changing world. To do well in today’s environment, they need to deal with the situation effectively. And, according to my 25+ years researching business success and failure patterns, small bets tied to a … Continue reading →...

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Study Shows Preserving Old Ways Motivates People to Change

Not long ago, new academic research came out indicating that people are more motivated to change when leaders communicate how some of the old ways of doing things will continue. I am intrigued by this because my 25+ years researching … Continue reading →...

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The Dark Side of Needing Too Much Learning

Learning is valuable. It helps companies develop the strengths needed for business success. But, learning takes time. And, if there are too many items to learn, success is deterred until enough is understood to make things work well. Start-ups that … Continue reading →...

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Fail Fast Versus At the Perfect Pace

Fail fast has been a mantra for quite some time. Especially in industries heavily based in technology or ecommerce, speedily testing various approaches and quickly discarding what doesn’t work is often viewed as the optimal way of doing things. But, … Continue reading →...

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