Putting a spin on the ordinary is a gutsy move. And it works for so few but when it does, it could help identify your brand.
Professional cartoonist Mark Anderson, owner of Andertoons, brings readers a new business cartoon each week. He also adds the “backstory” about how he came up with the creative idea behind the cartoon.
For a selection of cartoons you are free to download for use in blogs, presentations and newsletters, go to our Business Cartoons Gallery.
At some point in the very near future, two CEOs are going to close a deal with a rapid exchange of the thumbs-up emoji.Oct 14, 2016 142 Shares
When presenting your comany's data be sure all your bases are covered.Sep 23, 2016 157 Shares
If you pantomime air quotes around everything in this cartoon, it's a lot funnier.Sep 16, 2016 162 Shares
Iteration is the buzz word in entrepreneurship circles these days. Experts say that what is needed most is the next idea. But sometimes to realize you've got a good one, you need to hear it more than once.Sep 9, 2016 177 Shares
When Adam Smith proposed his Invisible Hand of the Market in 1759, the father of free market economics probably couldn't have imagined his creation so neurotic that it wound up on the couch contemplating the meaning of it all.Sep 2, 2016 146 Shares
Dogs are not people, no matter how much we treat them like it. And some managers aren't managers, even if they hold the title.Aug 26, 2016 152 Shares
Automation is great. And so is delegation. Both can help your business and help you focus on more important things. Just be sure to keep an eye out for redundancies -- situations where layers of supervision and automation have created inefficiencies by keeping a piece that just isn't needed anymore.Aug 19, 2016 146 Shares
Running a business often means dealing with the unexpected, so we shouldn't be surprised if sometimes the unexpected wins.Aug 12, 2016 139 Shares
Sometimes it doesn't take a genus to realize where the problem is in your business. You just have to follow your nose.Aug 5, 2016 162 Shares