Brian Groth’s Latest Marketing & Management Tips

Business and Marketing Leadership Tips

Below are my blog entries that are related to leadership, management, and marketing. I don't post very often anymore, but when I read up on something interesting, I will add it to the list.  


  1. New approaches to sales and marketing plans
  2. Buzz Marketing
  3. The Future of Marketing (is here now)
  4. The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
  5. Your Marketing Message
  6. Brands to be Passionate About
  7. Monitoring the Buzz
  8. Measuring your Marketing


  1. Principals for Leadership

  2. Giving Feedback
  3. Active Listening
  4. Selling Your Vision
  5. The Upwardly Global MBA
  6. Strategy Focused Organization
  7. Leadership Practices, Behaviors, and Commitments
  8. Applying Ideas from Good to Great
  9. 'The Leadership Challenge' and 'Execution'
  10. The McKinsey Mind

General Business

  1. Balanced Scorecard
  2. Business Acumen
  3. Tips for a Good Business Plan
  4. What is in a good business plan?
  5. Problem Solving, the McKinsey Way
  6. Customer-Sensing Capability Systems
  7. Executing on your Sales Strategy
  8. Recommended Statistics Refresher Info
  9. The World is Flat
  10. businessThink
  11. Sun-Tzu and the Art of Business
  12. Organizational Change Management

General Management

  1. Negotiating and/or Meetings
  2. Be Aware of What Is Behind Your Actions
  3. Managing Yourself
  4. Managing Creativity
  5. Hiring Great People
  6. Motivating your Employees
  7. Growing Skills and Driving Careers
  8. MSF Agile
  9. Handbook for a Manager
  10. All courseware from the MIT Sloan School of Management
  11. How to Win Friends & Influence People

Related Stuff About Me

  1. My Resume so you know what work I've been doing
  2. My Myers-Briggs Type Indicator: ISTJ
  3. My Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI) Results
  4. Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
  5. 360 Degree Review
  6. Why I work at Microsoft

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  1. For the time being, I will be using my MSDN blog as a sort of landing page about me. So to learn more

  2. For the time being, I will be using my MSDN blog as a sort of landing page about me. So to learn more

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