The Future for Consumer Goods in the Data Economy

Data is fundamentally changing the nature of our relationships. The use of social media is now underpinning the way in which we talk to each other, while e-commerce and advertising platforms are changing the way we communicate with brands.




Q: How to Win At Social Media In 2015 A: 5 Best Practices To Help You

you live in the digital space and participate in digital marketing of any kind, you know that the trends and best practices can change on a regular basis.

Social media teams and internet marketing professionals already know that they have to keep on top of the changing landscape of marketing on the internet.

Here are 5 social media marketing best practices for 2015 to ensure you’re winning at social in the new year.


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The State of Marketing Leadership

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For The State of Marketing Leadership, we surveyed more than 900 senior-level marketers on LinkedIn to learn what’s top-of-mind in their roles—whether director, VP, or CMO.


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Q: Is Branding enough? A:8 points for digital marketing engagement

digital marketers are under pressure to improve ROI CMOS and marketing executives gathered in Boston to share field lessons8 takeaways from the event shed light on progress made and obstacles ahead



Q: Measuring the Customer Experience? A: 5-Steps for Getting Started MeasuringU

5-Steps for Getting Started Measuring the Customer Experience via @MeasuringU


The Oxford Book of English Verse (by simontheintrepid)



Intruiging Designing for and creating better healthcare systems and services by SMLXL Ltd

500px / Photo “fascinating reading” by Alexander Mihailov

From the authors:

This presentation based upon the book “No Straight Lines: making sense of our non-linear world” was made at the CareWare conference in healthcare innovation in Aarhus Denmark – The presentation argues that when we design around the needs of humanity, we can create better healthcare systems, which are also more resilient, sustainable, adaptable and in fact less expensive to run.

That better much better does not need to cost the earth. We need to be able to hold in play at the same time considerations about how to design for the needs of humanity, to deal with systems thinking and complexity, organisational capability, technology and even data.


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