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How entrepreneurs can adapt successfully to waves of opportunity with Max Mckeown

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Posted: April 3, 2014 at 11:28 am / by / comments (0)

Max Mckeown teaching

Max Mckeown, the best-selling author of The Strategy Book, The Innovation Book and Adaptability joins Enterprise Radio to discuss how entrepreneurs can adapt successfully to waves of opportunity.

Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guestMax Mckeown discuss the following:

  • What is adaptability, and how does it help?
  • Should busy entrepreneurs care about strategy and, if so, why?
  • Why should entrepreneurs take time for innovation?
  • How can smaller teams and companies think and act differently?
  • What can entrepreneurs do to increase their adaptability?

Duration: 11:04

Dr. Max Mckeown is the award-winning, best-selling author of Adaptability, The Strategy Book & The Innovation Book. As well as writing several ground-breaking business books, he is a sought-after speaker and consultants on real world-world strategy, innovation, and growth amid uncertainty.

Mckeown helps people to understand how to shape the future in a practical, powerful way. He has an unusual talent for making brilliant ideas easy-to-use in their everyday working lives. He is regularly called upon for his expertise by many of the world’s most ambitious and successful organizations. Join him on twitter: @maxmckeown and find out more on his website:

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