Posts Tagged ‘Chaotics’

Wal-Mart CEO cites “New Normal”

By John Caslione in Chaotics, The New Normality, Turbulence at June 8th, 2009

In June 6th’s Financial Times article entitled, “Wal-Mart finds turmoil brings more opportunities than ever”, Wal-Mart CEO Mike Duke states, “there is a ‘new normal’ in which people want to save money and are getting smarter about saving money.”

Wal-Mart now also recognizes that fundamental behaviors must change (both their own and their consumers) in the “new normality”, which will be with us for many years into the future.

Phillip Kotler Interview: Making Money in Chaotic Times

By John Caslione in Business strategies, Chaotic Strategies, Chaotics at June 8th, 2009

If you haven’t seen it yet, Marshall Goldsmith has a great interview up on his blog with Phillip Kolter on Chaotics.

They discuss what’s wrong with businesses having a “2 playbook” strategy and how to be profitable in a tough environment.  The article has some nice specific examples and definitely worth a read!

Caslione to Present in Shanghai on March 24th

By Chaotics in Events at March 7th, 2009

John Caslione is honored to be presenting at the China Europe International Business School’s (CEIBS) Executive Forum in Shanghai, China on March 24th.  He will be speaking on Chaotics: The Business of Managing and Marketing in The Age of Turbulence and strategies for conducting successful international business in today’s chaotic environment.

CEIBS Executive Forum: Caslione

CEIBS Executive Forum: Caslione

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UPDATE (14th April): CEIBS has posted a short excert from John’s presentation.

Welcome to The Chaotics Blog

By Chaotics in Chaotics at March 2nd, 2009

We’re all learners and we want to learn about what you’re doing in these turbulent times.  To that regard, we’re pleased to launch Chaotics online, the exclusive source for information on the new set of strategic behaviors known as Chaotics.  This site is designed for two way communication.  We look forward to hearing your thoughts and experiences with Chaotics.  Please leave a public comment on the blog or contact us at contact [at]

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