By Jeff Beer September 18, 2022 When the news hit earlier this week that Yvon Chouinard and his family had given up ownership of Patagonia, it was met with waves of mixed emotions from fans and the broader business community: inspiring, incredible, optimistic, cynical—and sometimes all at once. In moving all … Continue reading How Patagonia’s ownership bombshell changes the game for American business
No-Code: A “Not So Secret Weapon” for Acing Digital Transformation 2.0 Vivek Goel / 22 Apr 2022 As per McKinsey, 70% of digital transformation projects fail to meet their objectives. This is a concerning statistic, especially given enterprise transformation’s global frenzy, regardless of size or revenue. After a near-successful pilot initiative, the main challenge … Continue reading No-Code: A “Not So Secret Weapon” for Acing Digital Transformation 2.0
Partnerships and outsourcing are key priorities for agencies in stepping up their marketing technology game for clients. Chris Wood on January 21, 2022 The majority of agencies are looking to partnerships and outsourcing as ways to improve marketing technology services and capabilities, according to a new study commissioned by marketing analytics and business communications platform … Continue reading How are digital agencies helping marketers transform in 2022?
Snowflake’s Ganesh Subramanian maps out your organization’s marketing analytics maturity curve. Chris Wood on December 3, 2021 “Often organizations are using a one-size-fits-all approach of sending out the same message to everyone,” said Ganesh Subramanian, Director of Product Marketing for cloud data company Snowflake, at our recent MarTech conference. Businesses that get stuck in this … Continue reading Transforming your organization to activate customer data
Plus sessions on agile marketing and the MarTech Replacement Survey coming up at MarTech next week. Kim Davis on September 10, 2021 MarTech’s daily brief features daily insights, news, tips, and essential bits of wisdom for today’s digital marketer. If you would like to read this before the rest of the internet does, sign up … Continue reading When transformation becomes permanent change
Daniel Burrus April 27, 2021 Steve Jobs of Apple once stated, “The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.” This mantra has resonated with hundreds of entrepreneurs and business leaders over the past decade since Jobs passed on. What is interesting is how many individuals … Continue reading Transformation is the Only Way to Really Change the Game
Steven Imke April 6, 2021 Most businesses are obsessed with competition. The problem with that way of thinking is that competitors come and go. Aiming to be better than the competition means that the business direction is largely driven by what its competitors are doing. Instead, today’s businesses would be better served by focusing on … Continue reading Why It Is Important That Businesses Develop an Infinite Mindset
As you move from defining a strategy into planning and execution, if 95% of employees don’t know where you’re going, there’s a 100% chance you’ll end up someplace else. Mark Berns on November 23, 2020 Business strategy traditionally has been created by senior executives and handed down like tablets of the law. The ubiquitous five-year … Continue reading Is your transformation strategy really a strategy?
SAP CX worked with Brakes in the UK to make rapid changes to its GTM strategy. Rodric Bradford on September 15, 2020 Food and technology have been on everyone’s mind in the past six months, and for SAP CX these two worlds collided this spring in a 7-day span when its SAP Commerce Cloud was … Continue reading How a UK food provider went from B2B to D2C in 7 days
Anthony Mersino July 29, 2020 Many people think of transformation as a linear process. Whether it is a digital or agile transformation, or even a personal transformation, we like to think of it as a straight line from where we are to our goal. As a coach, and a “change agent”, I’ve been overly enthusiastic … Continue reading The Messy Middle Ground of Agile Transformation