By Suzanne LaBarre In 2005, the future of American business was reflected in the spotless tile behind a toilet bowl. Procter & Gamble had released the Mr. Clean Magic Reach, a sleek tool with a detachable head for scrubbing the darkest recesses of a bathroom. Developed in just 18 months, it represented a strategic … Continue reading Why corporate America broke up with design
Remind people of the “why” every single day to really inspire change. Stacey Ackerman on March 7, 2022 Leaders have many reasons for trying agile marketing, but most of the time they aren’t reasons that your employees care about. Also, if your organization has tried a lot of other processes or has had a lot … Continue reading Why leading an agile marketing organization requires a vision for change
By Mark Sullivan February 21, 2022 So much hype swirls around the blockchain and cryptocurrencies and NFTs that it can sometimes be hard to see the real utility in the technology. It’s hard to understand the intrinsic value of a crypto coin or an NFT, when their prices are based mostly on their … Continue reading What are decentralized autonomous organizations—and why should you care?
How Startup Valuations are Driving Company Equity Aysha Saifi / 28 Jan 2022 With the rise of startups and growing businesses, it has become more critical for investors to have a thorough understanding of equity to be aware of all of the advantages they are receiving from the companies they have invested in. So, if … Continue reading How Startup Valuations are Driving Company Equity
Peter Navarro December 24, 2021 We live in a convulsed world, which has exponential acceleration rates in terms of technology and connectivity, with high levels of uncertainty and ambiguity that we experience every day. This translates into a significant increase in the rate of obsolescence of the ways of working in an organization that must … Continue reading The Transformative Leader: Key to a True Change In Companies