Startups are revolutionizing the marketing world. Every other day we hear about a budding startup! However, if the statistics are to be believed, half of the startups die out before completing a good tenure.
Welcome back to Inflexion Point, the monthly on the subjects of innovation, creativity and strategy. I have curated some of the most interesting stories from Economist, Fast Company, Forbes, Harvard Business Review, McKinsey Quarterly, MIT Tech Review, Nature, Science, Scientific American, and Sloan Management Review.
Being anticipatory can mean many things. In some cases, it’s about identifying opportunities for major disruptions that you yourself can introduce (think Uber, Kickstarter and other ideas that set entire industries on their ear).
Why are corporates not unmasking managers who make sexual advances towards their colleagues? Hollywood recently exploded with revelations on sexual predation - the likes of which have never been seen before. Looks like the ill-kept secret of tinsel town got to a precipitative point to burst into a #metoo campaign.
“So, when you’re hiring, you’re hiring from a really big pool of angry people on lower wages. Good luck.”—Henry Oliver, Head of Planning, AIA Worldwide (TMP Worldwide), when presenting a the recent 2017 Talent Board EMEA CandE Awards Gala.
Since we published our Digital in 2018 reports back in January, I've been travelling around the world presenting our key findings, trends, and highlights with the teams at We Are Social and Hootsuite.
There are many ways in which we can view and explore the future, but what happens if we do it through the lenses of an often asked question: