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Naming that thing... again?

Most corporations, when giving birth to a new product, behave just like parents jumping in frenzy in a maternity ward. This typical hysterical hoopla of the incubation wing is often replaced by a subtler, cubicle behavior and at times becomes a subdued Dilbertish style revolution. Objects do fly, even though they are memos or sometimes, sharp yet harmless, foamy projectiles. Everyone shares the ex......

Full article >>> names. Thousand of choices later, that thing become the thing. Now were getting somewhere.

No matter what the complexity of the innovation or what the size of corporation, this naming issue always has four critical sides. Only questions?

1) Character: What is this new thing? How and why does it work and why will it change or overcome a hurdle? What are its characteristic......

Full article >>> the name and be happy to talk about it. Otherwise, the entire promotion is just an expense. This is how popularity is lost, case studies are shelved, agencies changed and nothing gained.

True, there are thousands of great success stories, and we always start with Yahoo, Ebay, and Amazon of the recent past or Microsoft, Intel of distant past. IBM, GM of the hinder years. Ah, what about the......

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Today there are five critical questions that management must ask itself:

Is the name global? Prove it.
Is the name yours? Own it.
Is the name with an identical Dot Com? Show it.
Is the name easy? Say it.
Is the name in trouble? Change it...

Ah, so would this mean naming that thing... again?

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Naseem Javed, author of Naming for Po......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Naseem Javed 08/04/04


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