Lyceum commented on the following stories on BizSugar
I did know about Twellow, but I hadn't heard about Twitterel or TweepSearch. I have to check them out. I can't follow more users at the moment due to Twitter's follow limit rule. Have you seen that @Scobleizer unfollowed about 100,000 people and then manually added users. He is now following around 1600 users. It will be important that new tools and applications are developed for a more personalized and specialized Twitter experience and usage of the microblogging phenomena, otherwise I think it will come a backlash against it in the near future. It should be easy to find relevant information and interesting participants. I know that this takes time and I am in no hurry. It takes time to build relationships. But it must become easier for "newbies" to learn the ropes. It is good that the folks at Twitter has written a start guide now."
I see example after example that it is time to really introduce the trader principle to more individuals in the social media communities. It all starts with the individual and the respect for the individual rights. This quote by Liana Evans is resonating with the Groundswell book I recently finished reading: "Companies entering the social media space must first figure out where their audience is, but that's only the beginning of any type of strategy.""
Susan Oakes, As an experienced purchaser I know the relation between quality, price and delivery (lead) time of a product. These parts combined is the total picture for a person involved in the supply chain. This combo is effecting the bottom line at the end. I often said to my suppliers: I want to you have a profit on your products, because I want you to be able to supply my organization with goods tomorrow and for a long time to come as long as we have a mutual agreement on the quality, price and delivery time of the product."
Have your read Edwin A. Locke's goat setting theories? From Answers.com: "Edwin A. Locke began to examine goal setting in the mid-1960s and continued researching goal setting for thirty years. Locke derived the idea for goal-setting from Aristotleâ€™s form of final causality. Aristotle speculated that purpose can cause action; thus, Locke began researching the impact goals have on individual activity of its time performance." http://www.answers.com/topic/goal-setting-theory"