Marilyn McConnell's Page

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    • Dianne Platner

      Marilyn McConnell commented on Dianne Platner's blog post Did you attend BK Makes a Future?

      Brand is the business. It will be the reason folks return to the BK site for info & advice repeatedly - otherwise there are other places they already already involved in they can use to simply buy books, whether print or digital. ...Read more

      October 27, 2014

    • Dianne Platner

      Marilyn McConnell commented on Dianne Platner's blog post Are the strategies on target?

      Until there's agreement on the definition I think it's going to be difficult to get more specific on the objectives of this strategy or the methods to best reach those objectives.

      October 27, 2014

    • Dianne Platner

      Marilyn McConnell commented on Dianne Platner's blog post Why is brand important to BK?

      Reading this I'm reminded of one of the future trends discussed at the Johansen event - that folks will be choosing the 'filter' through which they interact with the online world. I think it's critical for BK to clearly define its filter in order to align with like-minded folks in order to build ... ...Read more

      October 27, 2014

    • Charlotte Ashlock

      Charlotte Ashlock commented on Marilyn McConnell's wall:

      Cute picture of the grand children!

    • David Marshall

      David Marshall commented on Marilyn McConnell's wall:

      Hi, Marilyn. Looks like you got your hands full in the back seat.

    • mmcconnell

      Marilyn McConnell is now a member of Berrett-Koehler Community

    Confessions of an Economic Hit Man

    How can we persuade the USA to halt the loan shark practices of its economic imperialism?

    Stewardship

    How can organizations stop relying on patriarchy & control as their core form of governance?



    Favorite Books not published by BK

    No Ordinary Time

    No Ordinary Time

    Chronicles lives of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt focusing on 1940 to 1945.

    I'm most passionate about: Reading to my grandchildren