I’m a pretty private person usually. From time to time though, I share stories about my past to help others take their next step.
Consumers aren’t just going digital, they’re also becoming increasingly mobile. To them, mobile isn’t the second screen, it’s the first screen.
With every new year comes a landslide of predictions and trends to guide us into the new year. While the year advances, rarely do such transformative trends or changes take place in alignment with a calendar.
The rate at which we progress is defined by the time and energy we invest in ourselves. We can’t do everything alone however.
The Technology of Us I’ve been in the technology business for a long time and what I can tell you is this: Technology enables us to invent new products and services at rates that humans never before experienced.
I didn’t set out to be an author, speaker or digital analyst/anthropologist. It just happened over the years.
These last few years have been an interesting ride. As fun as it has been, it is the next few years that will be the most telling and also transformative if all goes according to plan.
Skully Systems changed my life and I don’t say that lightly. I’m a motorcycle enthusiast. I’m also a father.
In April 2012, I wrote a piece that explored online social behavior and its impact on commerce and decision-making.
In a late 2013 study, Gallup found that only 13% of workers actually feel engaged at their jobs. What’s worse is that 63% of the workforce is not engaged at all.
When I published the first in a new series of reports exploring the state and future of Digital Transformation, it was almost the antithesis of a typical technology report.
Viginia Coutinho is a dear friend who just released a new book (in Portuguese) that helps strategists think differently about social media.
It’s that time of year when experts share their predictions and others assemble them into long lists.
Have you seen the popular HTC One TV commercial featuring Gary Oldman? It’s quite brilliant really. A highly celebrated A-list actor is paid millions to say little more than “blah blah blah” throughout the entire commercial.
Earlier this year, I was asked to write the foreword for a new book focused on experience marketing and CX.
Guest post by Monica Corton (@momusing), Executive Vice President, Creative Affairs & Licensing Next Decade Entertainment, Inc.
Every day, there’s seemingly yet another disruptive trend that emerges out of nowhere which affects consumer behavior and the future of everything along with it.
My good friend Steve Rosenbaum released his new book, “Curate This,” to help us learn the ins and outs content curation.
LinkedIn and I have worked on several research projects together over the years ranging from the future of Native Advertising (private) to the state of Relationship Economics. We banded together again to explore the art and science of thought leadership.
#WTF is going on in Italy? The future of business is turning a new page…that’s what. I’m excited to announce that What’s the Future of Business: Changing the way businesses create experiences is now available in Italy (in Italian).