When Change Isn’t Welcomed

05292016 When Change Isn't Welcomed

 

I know that I have been on hiatus (due to my promoting my book, Expand Your Personal Brand. You can buy it here:  http://expandyourpersonalbrand.com/ ). However, I have returned with more change-related articles.

Twitter has decided to not count photos and links as characters; yet, its stock price still lags. Insiders say that Twitter’s current changes don’t go far enough for it compete with rival, Facebook. Facebook has rolled out Facebook Live as a response to Twitter’s acquisition of livestreaming app, Periscope. http://www.fool.com/investing/2016/05/24/twitter-incs-140-character-count-change-fails-to-i.aspx

Many look at the information technology as the quintessential definition of change; however, even IT faces problems with its industry changes. Here Tech Target writes on how three IT executives handle change: http://searchcio.techtarget.com/news/450296768/How-three-digital-leaders-overcame-resistance-to-change

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