Q2 March 2016
In recent years, attention has moved to the internal activities of companies and how they determine the ultimate success or failure of marketing.
Q1 January 2016
The VW emissions scandal highlights a growing crisis in trust and shows that the old model of public relations is no longer fit for purpose.
Q4 September 2015
Capitalism is not working as well as it should. A cultural shift is needed in the way companies behave and in the way they are perceived.
Q3 June 2015
The traditional business model is no longer fit for purpose. Corporations must change if they want to operate in this new environment.
Q2 March 2015
The Internet of Things is raising difficult questions for brands and traditional marketing activities by creating new shopping behaviours.
Q1 January 2015
Brands need to be meaningfully different to command a price premium and see the benefit to their bottom line.
Q4 September 2014
The 'hybrid consumer' combines previously separate behaviours such as rental & ownership, and luxury & austerity.
Q3 June 2014
The rise of 'the internet of things' is making consumers more passive and is returning power and influence back to marketers.
Q2 March 2014
Cost efficiencies can harm businesses, so companies should consider how they can pursue success in a bolder way.
Q1 January 2014
Thought leadership: what it is, guidelines for acting on it, and examples of successful application in business.
Q4 September 2013
It can be easy to be overwhelmed by new technological possibilities – such as developments in digital and Big Data – but old truths still stand.
Q3 June 2013
The challenging factors bearing down on the global economy will affect performance for years, but all problems present opportunities.
Q2 March 2013
A company becomes successful by never losing sight of the core – the business that made it money in the first place.
Q1 January 2013
In a globalised economy, what is the future for global brands, as more brands seek to occupy privileged positions with consumers?