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Think Tank Nominations – November 2008

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It's Post of The Month time again. November's nominations are officially open – so think about the best posts you've read over the last month and please nominate them by leaving a comment below with a link. This is about recognising good thinking and writing so please help spread the word to encourage more
nominations. Anything broadly concerned with the subjects discussed
everyday in the 'plannersphere', as long as it was posted in the month
of November (other vague rules here).
Nominations will close in a few days, following which I will open it up
for the vote. I'll be twittering the odd update as we go.

As a starter for ten, I've picked out 4 of my own favourite posts below – please do nominate your own:

Faster Horses in the age of co-creation from the inimitable JP Rangaswami

The Post Party Sweet Spot from Charles. Second nomination for Mr Frith, with a great post on rewiring it all.

The market and the internet don't care if you make money from Scott Karp

How To Do Digital Media Planning & Buying from Le'Nise. 12 great points.

22 responses to “Think Tank Nominations – November 2008”

  1. graeme wood Avatar
    graeme wood

    Hope it isn’t sycophantic to suggest this should be there
    http://neilperkin.typepad.com/only_dead_fish/2008/11/goodness-happiness-2.html
    Goodness & Happiness as as sort of business karma manifesto

  2. graeme wood Avatar
    graeme wood

    Hope it isn’t sycophantic to suggest this should be there
    http://neilperkin.typepad.com/only_dead_fish/2008/11/goodness-happiness-2.html
    Goodness & Happiness as as sort of business karma manifesto

  3. Willem van der Horst Avatar
    Willem van der Horst

    They’re all really great posts!
    I would actually tend to second Graeme with yours: http://neilperkin.typepad.com/only_dead_fish/2008/11/goodness-happiness-2.html
    I really like it a lot and it does synthethise and enrich a lot of points running the ‘conversation’
    I haven’t read that many posts this past month but there’s this one I really loved. And although it could probably be argued it doesn’t exactly fall within ‘plannersphere’ conversation, I find it highly fascinating and insightful for metrics, media, entrepeneurship, technical matters, etc:
    http://themetricsystem.rjmetrics.com/2008/11/06/single-lawn-signs-conquer-the-american-landscape/

  4. Willem van der Horst Avatar
    Willem van der Horst

    They’re all really great posts!
    I would actually tend to second Graeme with yours: http://neilperkin.typepad.com/only_dead_fish/2008/11/goodness-happiness-2.html
    I really like it a lot and it does synthethise and enrich a lot of points running the ‘conversation’
    I haven’t read that many posts this past month but there’s this one I really loved. And although it could probably be argued it doesn’t exactly fall within ‘plannersphere’ conversation, I find it highly fascinating and insightful for metrics, media, entrepeneurship, technical matters, etc:
    http://themetricsystem.rjmetrics.com/2008/11/06/single-lawn-signs-conquer-the-american-landscape/

  5. neilperkin Avatar
    neilperkin

    Graeme, Willem – slightly embarrassed (but chuffed) about being nominated so thanks guys.
    Charles – thanks – good couple of nominations there

  6. neilperkin Avatar
    neilperkin

    Graeme, Willem – slightly embarrassed (but chuffed) about being nominated so thanks guys.
    Charles – thanks – good couple of nominations there

  7. Le'Nise Brothers Avatar
    Le’Nise Brothers
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    Le’Nise Brothers
  9. Nicolas Gabard Avatar
    Nicolas Gabard

    Agree with Willem too πŸ˜‰
    And i’d add Umair Haque’s “How to be a 21st Century Capitalist”. A very powerful framework for next-generation business. (http://discussionleader.hbsp.com/haque/2008/12/how_to_be_a_21st_century_capit.html)

  10. Nicolas Gabard Avatar
    Nicolas Gabard

    Agree with Willem too πŸ˜‰
    And i’d add Umair Haque’s “How to be a 21st Century Capitalist”. A very powerful framework for next-generation business. (http://discussionleader.hbsp.com/haque/2008/12/how_to_be_a_21st_century_capit.html)

  11. neilperkin Avatar
    neilperkin

    Nicholas – thanks for the nomination – it’s a great post. One of the (vague) rules I set when I started this thing was that the posts should (wherever possible) run in the calendar month so I’m going to move that nomination forwards into the December shortlist if that’s OK as it was published on Dec 3rd. Great nomination though.
    Niko – thanks. Good call.

  12. neilperkin Avatar
    neilperkin

    Nicholas – thanks for the nomination – it’s a great post. One of the (vague) rules I set when I started this thing was that the posts should (wherever possible) run in the calendar month so I’m going to move that nomination forwards into the December shortlist if that’s OK as it was published on Dec 3rd. Great nomination though.
    Niko – thanks. Good call.

  13. John V Willshire Avatar
    John V Willshire

    Thanks Le’Nise πŸ™‚
    For my part, I’d like to nominate Jake’s post on the 90-9-1 principle… and launching a site to capture great examples of it too:
    http://www.communityguy.com/1957/new-site-launched-90-9-1com/

  14. John V Willshire Avatar
    John V Willshire

    Thanks Le’Nise πŸ™‚
    For my part, I’d like to nominate Jake’s post on the 90-9-1 principle… and launching a site to capture great examples of it too:
    http://www.communityguy.com/1957/new-site-launched-90-9-1com/

  15. John V Willshire Avatar
    John V Willshire

    Thanks Le’Nise πŸ™‚
    For my part, I’d like to nominate Jake’s post on the 90-9-1 principle… and launching a site to capture great examples of it too:
    http://www.communityguy.com/1957/new-site-launched-90-9-1com/

  16. John V Willshire Avatar
    John V Willshire

    Thanks Le’Nise πŸ™‚
    For my part, I’d like to nominate Jake’s post on the 90-9-1 principle… and launching a site to capture great examples of it too:
    http://www.communityguy.com/1957/new-site-launched-90-9-1com/

  17. neilperkin Avatar
    neilperkin

    Hi John
    Thanks for the nomination. Unfortunately it came too late to be included in the vote, but congrats on getting nominated yourself. It was a good post.

  18. neilperkin Avatar
    neilperkin

    Hi John
    Thanks for the nomination. Unfortunately it came too late to be included in the vote, but congrats on getting nominated yourself. It was a good post.

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