“Cloth diapers are typically not an option for the poor who often lack working washers and dryers.” – St. Louis Post Dispatch Today’s post is focused on the data we now have about cloth diaper feasibility and washing when a family is living on an income below the poverty line. As awareness grows around diaper need, […]
Below is a question I received from a person with a business background who attended one of my cloth diapering classes. Dear Jenn, Why do you talk about tshirt diapers during your Cloth Diaper 101 class? You aren’t selling diapers when you teach people how to cloth diaper for free. Sincerely, A Business Person My […]
I am often asked how to measure how platforms are doing with their efforts. As I consider that question, I look at balance sheets first to see how the business is behaving. Are they investing? Are they changing other behaviors? Have they reached a point where they cannot be stopped? How “easy is their sale”?
When people attend classes I’ve taught about strategy or economics, the questions often focus around how brands should approach an innovation and platform strategy. Those questions recently came up again in a different format, so I took notes and decided to start putting some of the most frequently asked questions on my blog.
Imagine what happens when a baby has enough diapers. A baby with a safe supply of cloth diapers is changed more often. Because she is changed more often, she has less diaper rash. Because she has less diaper rash, she might cry less. Because she cries less, her parents might be less anxious. Because her […]
The removal of psychological constraints and physical constraints for retail and now imminent threats to grocery competitors has fundamentally changed the way business is done. This change has substantively altered economic forces in a way that should cause courts to evaluate and perhaps, once-again, evolve anti-trust law.
It was twenty years ago. Jimmy and I weren’t married yet. We were looking for a church that we could call home together. We’d seen a commercial, and decided to find that church. One Friday night, forty-five minutes late, Jimmy and I walked in the door and this particular usher just happened to be the one standing there.