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Best Strategy Generation Company LLC podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Strategy Generation Company LLC podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Are you a product manager or business leader who has questions about how to develop and implement successful business strategies? If so, then you’ve come to the right place! Dear Strategy is an award-winning blog and podcast that is dedicated to providing education and advice on the subjects of product and business strategy. Brought to you by the experts at Strategy Generation Company, each episode features user-submitted questions and real-life business stories that are analyzed, explained, ...
 
THE PODCAST ABOUT PERSONAL FINANCE & RACIAL ECONOMIC INCLUSION: Where can we, as People of Color, get financial advice that isn’t from a mostly white, mostly male, mostly economically privileged perspective? From how we bank, to our how credit scores are calculated, to how we are kept in the dark about investing, to how we pay our taxes, the system is set up for us to get caught in a debt/poverty cycle and stay running just to tread water. The rules change all the time so the people on top s ...
 
Have you ever had an idea for a new product but just didn't know how to get started? If so, then this is the podcast for you! Each week, we highlight a different product entrepreneur who turned a great new idea into a successful new product. You'll hear about their challenges, their triumphs, their ups, and their downs. But, most of all, you'll learn how each guest was able to take nothing more than an idea, and turn it into a viable, marketable product or business. Our guests have been feat ...
 
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On this episode of Dear Strategy, we analyze the practice of retailers offering so many coupons that their discounted prices pretty much become their standard prices. And we talk about how customers feel when everyone else has coupons but them! Visit our Blog to read the full post that goes along with this episode. Subscribe to Our Mailing List to …
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we answer the following question… Dear Strategy: “We are a small company and have trouble finding the resources to execute on tactics. What should we do?” Visit our Blog to read the full post that goes along with this episode. Subscribe to Our Mailing List to stay up to date on all the latest episodes. If you’re in…
 
We're going to talk about how to talk to your parents about money for real. I think it's something that I know has been on a lot of our clients minds. Especially with COVID, especially with parents getting older, we work with a lot of millennials who have found themselves having to not only adult for themselves, but also adult for their parents.…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we analyze how customers feel about products that fail outside of their standard warranty periods but long before their normal expected lives. Is it a smart strategy for companies to stick to those 1-year warranties, or should they be exploring a different approach that focuses on long-term customer loyalty over sh…
 
The prison industrial complex is basically the privatization of prisons. The government and prisons are working together to expand the prison population for the sake of profit. And that's basically what it is. What they've done is prisons have been cited as job creators and the use of inmate Labor has kept costs down. That is what they said and the…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we answer the following question… Dear Strategy: “How do you balance the creation of a long-term strategic plan with the resources needed to execute it?” Visit our Blog to read the full post that goes along with this episode. Subscribe to Our Mailing List to stay up to date on all the latest episodes. If you’re int…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we analyze the story of a poorly designed refrigerator that lasted around 5 years before it finally bit the dust. And, of course, the warranty didn’t cover it. With more and more technologies being incorporated into just about every product we own, is this the new norm that we should be expecting from our previousl…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we answer the following question… Dear Strategy: “What are the key elements to have in a successful strategy for a non-core product? And what things should we avoid?” Visit our Blog to read the full post that goes along with this episode. Subscribe to Our Mailing List to stay up to date on all the latest episodes. …
 
Questions answered: I'm wondering if you have advice for me or others in my situation. I have a small business as a sole proprietor LLC (I'm the only employee) and just received a SBA PPP loan on Friday. AND I also had applied for PUA early April as a freelancer and the partial unemployment just went through and was accepted. Any ideas of what to d…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we analyze an airline story involving a cancelled flight, a premium seat, and a not so premium re-booking experience. It’s fairly well known that flying isn't always the most customer-centric experience. But now, more than ever, airlines may need to start re-thinking their strategies – especially with respect to ho…
 
Our first IG Live! Today we're talking about how the CARES Act wasn't made for us, as usual, but what you can do within it anyway. Questions answered: Did anyone in there bring up the subject of being asked to come back in to work or have you discussed with others what to do in that situation?? I'm working remote now but they're telling me I have t…
 
Bring your meal and mimosas and come chat with us about how we can master our personal finances. We’re offering bottomless budgeting tips.About this EventNever eat alone. We’re here for you. We are offering bottomless budgeting tips as we take brunch digital. In this online event, Brunch & Budget will share a meal while exchanging […]…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we answer the following question… Dear Strategy: “I come from a business that sells products. How do we develop a strategy that moves us into being a more solutions-oriented business?” Visit our Blog to read the full post that goes along with this episode. Subscribe to Our Mailing List to stay up to date on all the…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we analyze the stories of two failed ventures – Theranos and the Fyre Festival. Both of these stories started with big dreams and ended in scandal. So how can leaders tell when their own lofty goals are actually bordering on becoming lofty lies? And what should they do about it? Visit our Blog to read the full post…
 
On this special episode of Dear Strategy, we talk about why long-term planning becomes more important than ever during times of crisis. When unexpected events happen, many companies may actually be deterred from thinking about the future because everything in the present seems so uncertain. But companies that take the time to think past a crisis ma…
 
In part two of How the Racial Wealth Divide Affects Your Wallet Pamela and Dyalekt continue the conversation on how the racial wealth divide affects your wallet, financial resilience and the policies that have led to the racial wealth divide and dive deeper into how those policies actually were perpetuated by art media and culture.Music […]…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we answer the following question… Dear Strategy: “How do I present my strategy to a leader who has a VERY short attention span?” Visit our Blog to read the full post that goes along with this episode. Subscribe to Our Mailing List to stay up to date on all the latest episodes. If you’re interested in having Strateg…
 
Music Featured in This Episode: The Buy In by Hech Rhymes Advocate by Spoken Phor overstand FT. Rswift by Overcome In part 1 of Financial Resilience and The Racial Wealth Divide Pam and Dyalekt dig into the five steps to financial resilience: Buy In Systems Habit Advocacy Values Episode Highlights: Dyalekt: I know it starts […]…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we analyze a story about a company that launched a product through a crowdfunding site but didn’t ultimately deliver the product that they originally promised. Find out when crowdfunding works and when it doesn’t, as we explore this growing trend in product marketing. Visit our Blog to read the full post that goes …
 
Music Featured In This Episode: Credit Scores by J.A Bad Credit by Siras WorthDMention and DJ FenixFly Episode Highlights: Pam: On our back to basics episode today we are going to be talking about understanding your credit score. Dyalekt: Well, the thing about credit score is like, credit is such a pervasive thing that I’ve […]…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we answer the following question… Dear Strategy: “Which one comes first – market size or product capabilities that match the market?” Visit our Blog to read the full post that goes along with this episode. Subscribe to Our Mailing List to stay up to date on all the latest episodes. If you’re interested in having St…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we analyze a story about trying to use a coupon at a retail store, only to find out that certain brands have been excluded. What is this practice all about and why does it seem to be trending toward becoming the new norm? Visit our Blog to read the full post that goes along with this episode. Subscribe to Our Maili…
 
Music Featured in This Episode: My Own Boss by SMCity feat. Pro’verb Free Your Body Free Your Mind by Patterns of Chaos MARV – My Own BiZness Episode Highlights: Pamela: I feel like that so much about personal finance is based around personal responsibility. And what I mean by that is that people will say, […]…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we answer the following question… Dear Strategy: “Thank you for the 5-part series that explained TAM/SAM/SOM back in April. Once I've decided what those are for my company, how do I then figure out how big any of those are in terms of revenue? What sources might I go to in order to figure out how big my market is?”…
 
About 1 in 3 Americans is currently a freelancer or a small business owner. By 2020, the number of freelancers are estimated to grow to 40%! It’s becoming easier than ever to start your own business and work for yourself. But the idea of giving up a steady paycheck, retirement benefits, and health insurance can […]…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we analyze a story about a retailer that decided to lift its standard price matching policies during the week of Black Friday. On the surface, it seems like this would be a good financial move. But is it worth upsetting some of your most loyal customers just to make a few extra bucks during this important time of y…
 
In this Oldie but Goodie Pam and Dyalekt weigh the pros and cons of being single vs being in a relationship on your finances. Pamela: Today, we’re gonna talk about whether or not it’s more expensive to be single or to be in a relationship. Pamela: It’s interesting, when I was researching this it was […]…
 
On this episode of Dear Strategy, we answer the following question… Dear Strategy:"What is your strategy beyond Episode 100?" Visit our Blog to read the full post that goes along with this episode. Subscribe to Our Mailing List to stay up to date on all the latest episodes. If you’re interested in having Strategy Generation Company deliver a strate…
 
What happens after we die? Estate planning, Trusts, Wills—these are things we associate with the wealthy, but do they matter even after we’re gone? For this episode, we were able to talk to Bomopregha Julius, an amazing estate attorney, on the importance of planning even if you don’t think you have much to your name. […]…
 
In this week’s episode Brunch and Budget takes it back to the basics of investing. Dyalekt and Pamela speak with Caleb Silver, Editor in Chief and Senior Vice President of content at Investopedia, about the basics of investing and how to get started. Music Featured in This Episode:Heavily Invested – Spaceman Jones and The Motherships […]…
 
This week's questions are... Dear Strategy: “What is the best way to get continued buy-in for my strategy and ensure the organization remembers and ties their work back to the strategy?” AND “What are some methods to gain buy-in from the bottom-level up in an organization that is not structured as a product/service organization?” Read The Full Blog…
 
In this second back to basics show Pam and Dyalekt revisit the spending values matrix and discuss the importance of aligning your spending with your values. Dealing with money is emotional and Pam and Dyalekt encourage you to think about how you spend your money and how it represents what you value. ———————— Music Featured in […]…
 
In this episode we discuss the Equifax breach, the settlement, and what you can get out of it. Pamela and Dyalekt discuss the pros and cons of choosing the cash settlement versus the credit monitoring option. Music Featured In This Episode: Equifax by Pounds Minimum Rage by Gone Ghastly My Generation by Broken Episode […]…
 
This week's question is... Dear Strategy: “How do we best handle having the Engineering and Innovation groups working in different locations than the Manufacturing groups? (i.e. How do we manage the long-term strategy for Manufacturing and Engineering in two different locations?)” Read The Full Blog Post Subscribe to Our Mailing List…
 
In this week’s episode we are going to go back to basics. We want to update the concepts, because our understandings of these concepts have evolved. We wanted to start with show #1: What is Your Money Personality? Episode Highlights: Pam: The reason why we think it’s important to start with money personalities the thing […]…
 
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