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CMO 05 | The Great Rewrite
  The concept of innovation as we knew it is effectively and functionally dead. It’s meaningless. It doesn’t really mean anything anymore and it’s lost its meaning mostly because we beat the crap out of it for about twenty years, telling everybody to do it. Then we realized, as we started looking through the numbers, that the truth was everyone was getting hung up on two parts of the innovation story. One of that was
CMO 06 | Strength Through Stillness
  So much information is flooding in on us every second that it’s getting harder and harder to tell information from misinformation, hearsay from fact, fake news from true. The result of that is that the world is coming to us as a never ending series of shocks. Nobody predicted last year that Britain or England was going to vote to leave the European Union. None one imagined that Bob Dylan was going to be
CMO 04 | Purpose Revolution
  One of the greatest challenges of this age of disruption that we’re in is it’s about speed and technology. However, there’s an old school thing that people are longing for. More than anything else, we’re longing for humanity. If your company can give your team members and your customers that thing that’s missing, you can have a competitive advantage that will be hard to duplicate. You may even find your own humanity in the
CMO 03 | Futurist Panel
  We’re all about uncertainty. This place is one big great what if. Every day, people are placing bets on people who are trying to create a revolution, but we really don’t know how things are going to play out. We need to understand what technologies and fads are going to make an impact and how businesses use the technologies that are under development. So often, the things that we try fail and we have