What We Can Learn From the New York Times

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Seth Godin wrote this post about the struggles of the New York Times and what we can learn from them. Sure, it’s an old post (at least a month and a half old), but it has some advice and thinking that is going to be relevant for a long time, especially in the new media.

Actually, it’s filled with great stuff no matter what industry you work in:

Lots of organizations go through this analysis. How do you leverage your brand or your customer base to get to the next level, to enter new markets or new technologies–and do it while running your old business. And almost without exception, organizations are run by people who want to protect the old business, not develop the new one.

If you aren’t reading Seth’s blog every day, check it out. There is a wealth of unbelievable information and thought there.

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