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A Practical Guide to The Strategy and Tactics of Revolution. This evening an article will be read and the listeners will have an opportunity to comment and express their thoughts.
in Video Games
Join us; Shopmaster and MadScientist06, as we host another exciting episode of Game Changers Radio. In Show #157 we wrap up some of our discussion about Gambling in Madden from last week and jump into Madden Assistance. Is it becoming too easy for a noob to beat you in Madden or what about someone who knows nothing about football. We explore this issue and talk to you about as we take your calls all night. We'll also talk about no NCAA and the Madden Demo.
You’ll hear all of that and more on the next Game Changers Radio which will be airing live Tuesday July 8th @ 9:00pm est.
The Question of the Night is something we do every show and gives you a chance to chime in with your answers. You can call in during the show at (760) 454-1156. Join the debate and call in!
QOTN: Do you think EA has made this game too easy for noobs or people that don't know football?
1. Madden Assistance
- Too much assistance
- All-Pro vs. All-Madden
- Ballhawk, Tackle Assist .. where do you stand?
2. No NCAA
- Where do we go from here?
- Updated NCAA Rosters
3. New QB Contain Rush in Madden 15 Breakdown
4. Madden Demo and CFM News
Ryan picks Jon's brain to understand how one man can spend so much time ruining the hard work of video game programmers. We also talk about which episode of Breaking Madden is Jon's favorite and decide that Paperboy IS a sports game. Though an extremely depressing one.
in Self Help
Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast
Radio Talk - Saturday July 26th at 8 PM CDT
Strategy or Culture: Which Is More Important?
No culture, however strong, can overcome poor choices when it comes to corporate strategy.
Culture can be the difference between success and failure. In a toxic business culture, you can’t do a thing. On the other hand, if people embrace a strategy, you can’t stop it.
Culture doesn't eat strategy for breakfast. If the two conflict, nobody's eating breakfast for long.
Instead, culture aligned with strategy eats competition for breakfast.