Rebalancing your organisation’s culture with more feminine values is key to thrive in uncertain times and here’s why:
The second part of my Covid-19 crisis analysis, with my predictions on the key changes businesses will have to face in the next 3 years in terms of politics, economy, social, techno en environmental drivers.
We use innovation to say many things, which usually translates in being smart and fast about it. This is a wide-spread fallacy. Let’s understand why…
I’ve been sharing for many years our own business model canvas that we’ve been using with a wide range of customers (from startups to multinationals) in many industries. If you ever been frustrated with the generic business model canvas and were not really able to activate it and gets real life results with it, well, there is a reason. And you might want to check this.
This is a discussion replaying my last keynote about digital markets in Europe, why ‘digital is over’, and why Europe still has many options to leapfrog the US and (maybe) fend of China as much as possible.
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.
Checking for opposable marketing is a very robust acid test for any business. Just look for a minute at a company webpage and you’ll get if they have something real to sell, or if they’re just pushing products out of the factories and hoping for the best.
I wouldn’t like to be you having to explain to my boss what is innovation, and why he’s not doing it right. But it happens that as consultants this is pretty much what we do every day. Here’s how…