Sometime toward the end of last year, I spent some time with David Passiak, author of Red Bull to Buddha: Innovation and the Search for Wisdom.
Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year is also one of the most fascinating movements in social is that of the selfie.
Guest post by Bryan Kramer, author of the new ebook, “There is no B2B or B2C: Human to Human” and CEO of PureMatter Marketing has become so complex, in segmenting audiences into “B2B” (business to business) and “B2C” (business to consumer).
My good friend Andy Beal just released his latest book, Repped, 30 Days to a Better Online Reputation.
Guest post by Monica Corton, Executive Vice President, Creative Affairs & Licensing Next Decade Entertainment, Inc.
Guest post by Greg Narain (@gregarious) co-founder of Chute, a company that helps brands discover or collect relevant photos from social networks and incorporate the visuals into their websites and apps Brands finds themselves at a challenging crossroads in their evolution.
Don’t be fooled by the coming iWatch. Don’t see Apple’s new TV product as the dawn of a new era of Apple innovation.
Employee empowerment is about creating brand advocates to scale customer relationships and effectively compete in new digital markets.
Connected, empowered consumers—also known as of Generation C—have come to expect businesses to know them, to understand them, and to deliver what they want, where, when and how they want it.
Music is the one thing that accompanies me on my journeys, experiences, as well as my adventures in writing.
As editorial director and conference producer of The Pivot Conference, I have the privilege to meet with the people who are bringing about real change inside organizations.
Happy New Year! 2014 is upon us and it’s once again time to share our (Altimeter Group) predictions for the year ahead.
Guest post by Brendan Gahan (@BrendanGahan), a YouTube marketing expert. Gahan was Forbes 30 under 30 for Marketing & Advertising and has helped Fortune 500 brands with their YouTube and social media marketing.
Guest post by Lisa Arthur, CMO of Teradata Applications and author of the new book Big Data Marketing (Wiley).
Special guest post by Peter Guber, noted business leader and author of best-seller, Tell to Win While everyone’s talking about social media, professional motivation, or the need for change in business, people who are actually looking for answers to bring about change are left to draw upon the classic treatises of Peter Drucker, Dale Carnegie, Geoffrey Moore, Tom Peters, et al.
This year has been particularly busy yet productive for Charlene Li and me having published two reports that detail the six stages of social business evolution and the true state of social business in 2013, an ebook on how successful social businesses are evolving, and an image-rich slide deck complete with all the graphs and charts you need to benchmark where you are compared to other social businesses.
Gerry Campbell is a serial entrepreneur, investor and adviser (bio). He’s also a good friend. Gerry has just published a new book, Demand Horizon: A Revolutionary Approach to Creating Great Products.
When I learned that my last book The End of Business as Usual was selected for distribution in Japan, I felt that something more than mere translation was needed to help its message resonate with those who read it.
In recent times, I’ve noticed a rise in discussions around the “death of social business” and also an increase in alternative “fill in the blank but don’t use the word social” businesses.
Wolf & Wylan – History of the Pocket Square – PART 5 from Jesse Redniss on Vimeo. Joint post by Jesse Redniss and Brian Solis Today is #GivingTuesday and we (Wolf & Wylan) have been officially selected by Crowd Funding platform Indiegogo as a “#GivingTuesday” Partner.