Jackie Barrie interviews Barnaby Wynter – once the youngest MD of a top 200 ad agency, now sharing the ‘brand bucket’ methodology with businesses around the world.
Janice B Gordon – The Award Winning Business Growth Creator for Strategic Sells. A sought after business growth strategist, Mentor, Author and founder of Problem Solving Consultancy. In the previous year she generated over £6 million+ sales for her clients. Janice helps established businesses transform, using the process that she has developed from over 20 […]
Roy Smoothe – Entrepreneur, Designer, Author, Publisher and Cool Branding Guy. Roy known as the Cool Entrepreneur is founder of the ‘Just Cool Lifestyle Brand. He is an author, Publisher, Speaker and Coach; he is also an expert in the field of Cool Brand Development. Roy creates world-class projects and high-impact initiatives that improve the […]
The marketing arena has changed massively in recent years. The stellar growth in technology, affordable, intuitive software and the web has increased the opportunities to launch new brands cost-effectively to a degree that would have been inconceivable a few years ago. And with mobile web browsing predicted to rise to 70% of all online activity […]
Luke G. Williams is a leading consultant, educator, and speaker who specializes in disruptive thinking and innovation strategy. He has worked with international industry leaders such as American Express, GE, Sony, Crocs, Virgin, Disney, and Hewlett-Packard, to develop new products, services, and brands. Luke Williams is a fellow at Frog Design and adjunct professor of […]
Roger McNamee is a co-founder of Elevation Partners, an investment partnership focused on the intersection of media and entertainment content and consumer technology. Roger performs 100 shows a year in the band Moonalice, where he plays bass and guitar. Moonalice pioneered the use of social media in music, inventing such applications as Twittercast concerts, Moonalice […]
Dr. Eli Goldratt speaks on thinking globally, and on the hazards of doing otherwise. A true thinker, Eli shares his philosophy on how to utilize Cause and Effect thinking, especially in times of trouble – to achieve even better results.
From unlikely beginnings as a classics teacher to his current job as Vice Chairman of Ogilvy Group, Rory Sutherland has created his own brand of the Cinderella story. He joined Ogilvy & Mather’s planning department in 1988, and became a junior copywriter, working on Microsoft’s account in its pre-Windows days. An early fan of the Internet, […]
Convince just 100 key companies to go sustainable, and WWF’s Jason Clay says global markets will shift to protect the planet our consumption has already outgrown. Hear how his extraordinary roundtables are getting big brand rivals to agree on green practices first — before their products duke it out on store shelves. […]
With a doctorate in mechanical engineering from Caltech and master’s and bachelor’s degrees from Virginia Tech, Dr. Dugan is a business woman, inventor, and technology developer who rolls up her sleeves and goes directly to a problem whether it’s in the lab or in Afghanistan. She’s been called a “technogeek” with a knack for inspiring […]
Renny Gleeson began his career as a game developer, but quickly moved to advertising atSaatchi & Saatchi’s digital arm. From there, he crossed over to dEliA*s before he was recruited by the NBA, where he led their marketing team and created online platforms for their major sponsors. Currently, Renny is the Global Digital Strategies Director […]
As computer access expands, Mikko Hypponen asks: What’s the next killer virus, and will the world be able to cope with it? The chief research officer at F-Secure Corporation in Finland, Mikko Hypponen has led his team through some of the largest computer virus outbreaks in history. His team took down the world-wide network used […]
Part 2 Creating Shared Value, an HBR interview with Michael Porter (1/2) Michael Porter, pope of corporate strategy, comments on his recent article about “creating shared value”. There is a lesson to be learned hearing a hardcore capitalist saying that companies need to focus on creating social values.
[jwplayer mediaid=”395″] Rick Barrera is a marketing consultant and author known throughout the Fortune 500 for his extraordinary speaking ability and his unique approach to brand building. His research on the strategies used by breakthrough brands like Hummer, Starbucks, Chico's, Yellowfreight, WAMU, Lexus, and Google will change your thinking about marketing forever. Rick has helped […]
Chris Anderson says the rise of web video is driving a worldwide phenomenon he calls Crowd Accelerated Innovation — a self-fueling cycle of learning that could be as significant as the invention of print. But to tap into its power, organizations will need to embrace radical openness.
A Video by Anthony Robbins aka Tony Robbins that is movivational and inspiring that discusses 7 strategies used by winners. Anthony Tony Robbins can give you the knowledge to change yourself or influence others and help them can change. Tony Anthony Robbins also teaches Law Of Attraction based principles. For those of you who are […]
Bill Gates is founder and former CEO of Microsoft. A geek icon, tech visionary and business trailblazer, Gates’ leadership — fueled by his long-held dream that millions might realize their potential through great software — made Microsoft a personal computing powerhouse and a trendsetter in the Internet dawn. Whether you’re a suit, chef, quant, artist, media maven, […]
Philip Zimbardo was the leader of the notorious 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment — and an expert witness at Abu Ghraib. His book The Lucifer Effect explores the nature of evil; now, in his new work, he studies the nature of heroism. Philip Zimbardo knows what evil looks like. After serving as an expert witness during […]
Michael Porter, the Bishop William Lawrence University Professor at Harvard, addresses the Columbus Partnership on competitiveness for a region and its urban areas.
As a creative director at Ideo, Paul Bennett reminds us that design need not invoke grand gestures or sweeping statements to be successful, but instead can focus on the little things in life, the obvious, the overlooked. As creative director at the influential design and innovation company Ideo, Paul Bennett manages to keep his eye […]
Before Chris Anderson took over as editor of WIRED, he spent seven years at The Economist,where he worked as editor of both the technology and business sections. Anderson holds a degree in physics and has conducted research at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, and has done stints at the leading journals Nature and Science. (He is not, however, to be confused […]
What we can learn from spaghetti sauce Malcolm Gladwell searches for the counterintuitive in what we all take to be the mundane: cookies, sneakers, pasta sauce. A New Yorker staff writer since 1996, he visits obscure laboratories and infomercial set kitchens as often as the hangouts of freelance cool-hunters — a sort of pop-R&D gumshoe — and […]