Tag: Angry Birds

What Leaders Can Learn from Playing Video Games: Why Excellence is a Mystery

Be it Angry Birds or Galaga, Fallout or Call of Duty, knowing what good likes like is pretty easy. You gain an achievement, rack up three stars or land on a leaderboard. In the pre-social gaming days, it was a local leaderboard, the one on the game you were playing at Shakey’s Pizza during lunch.

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Lady Gaga, Angry Birds and the Separation of Social Media States

Yesterday I experienced the equivalent of a one-day best seller for my blog post about innovation lessons derived from studying Lady Gaga (“The Tens-Ten Lessons You Can Learn About Innovation by Studying Lady Gaga“). This little blog shot up from closely-held respect to international destination. Why? Because this blog post was elevated to the Freshly.

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