When companies grow by acquisition, the company culture and what keeps it coherent might be lost along the way. Mentoring is one practice that can help people continue growing within the company more smoothly as it is expanding and becoming more complex.
I’ve had a long-lasting reflection on luxury and technology. This very slippery subject is somehow fascinating because we instinctively understand why an Android tablet is anything but luxury; it’s not so easy to pin point why Apple couldn’t get there.
After launching our consulting business in 2007, we finally moved to Amsterdam and made a soft reboot of our activity to better adjust to our lifestyle. After 10 years of consulting, these are 12 things we learned and we still focus on.
Most industries seem to have a weak epiphany realizing that it’s maybe not about the product anymore, but service is important. And trendy topics such as the experience (or value) economy bloom right and left. Should hotel chains invest in Hospitality as a Service? Or, ain’t that all very old news?