The Growth Weekly - Chatbot marketing, wind powered shipping, 3D-printed reefs and the end of ownership

Hello growth enthusiasts! A fresh Growth Weekly, packed with the best growth reads we found on the we
The Growth Weekly - Chatbot marketing, wind powered shipping, 3D-printed reefs and the end of ownership
By The Growth Weekly • Issue #24
Hello growth enthusiasts! 

A fresh Growth Weekly, packed with the best growth reads we found on the web this week. In this edition: Deploying chatbots, marketing vs sales metrics, Intel into self driving cars, wind powered shipping, 3D-printed reefs and the end of ownership.

Enjoy your read.

Growth
How to Push Your Team to Take Risks and Experiment
Normalize failure. No, really: Do it. Managers often end up stifling the very experimentation they want to foster.
7 Ways Chatbots Can Benefit Your Marketing Strategy
Are you maintaining a presence on a messenger app via a chatbot yet? If not, why not?
Marketing Versus Sales: Metrics to Highlight Each Department's Contribution To Revenue
This post seeks to identify the process and metrics you can use to identify both sales’ and marketing’s contributions to revenue.
7 SaaS KPIs You Need to Track in 2017
There are a number of unique KPI aspects to consider when marketing your SaaS product. Read more to find out what those metrics are.
Innovation
Intel buys out the firm that built Tesla Autopilot to venture into self-driving cars
Intel is gearing up to take on the autonomous driving market big time with its massive $15 billion acquisition of Tesla Autopilot developer Mobileye.
3 Winning models for Innovation Brainstorms. Part 3: Innovation Ambition Matrix
In this post we explore the Innovation Ambition Matrix and provide you with hands-on tips on how to use it effectively within your own business.
The Next Innovation in Shipping: Wind Power
More than a century after shifting away from wind power, the shipping industry is looking at ways to harness ocean breezes once again—this time to reduce reliance on fuel.
Volvo plans to give Tesla some legitimate competition in the affordable electric car market
In the near future, electric cars will no longer be the domain of the luxury-car owner. Volvo announced its first fully electric vehicle will likely have a price range of about $35,000 to $40,000 when it’s released in 2019. On par with Tesla.
Cool stuff
3D-Printed Reefs Offer Hope in Coral Bleaching Crisis
Fabien Cousteau and Dutch engineers hope new technology can slow damage in the ocean.
By 2030, You'll Be Living in a World That's Run by Google
By 2030, Google will have a World Brain in existence, and it will look after all of us. And that’s quite possibly both the best and worst thing that could happen to humanity.
The Era of Ownership Is Ending
In the future, people will own fewer things, allowing more freedom. How the era of ownership is ending and what it means.
Why Employees At Apple And Google Are More Productive
Companies like Apple, Netflix, Google, and Dell are 40% more productive than the average company. You might think that it’s because these companies attract top-tier employees–high performers who are naturally gifted at productivity–but that’s not the case.
Thanks for reading. Keep growing!
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